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CRE ICHEAR Scholarships

Purpose of the Scholarship

Hearing loss associated with persistent middle ear infection (otitis media – OM) during a child’s formative year’s causes language and speech delay, auditory processing disorder, social isolation and educational disadvantage. For Indigenous children across Australia, hearing loss is having a devastating impact on social development and educational achievement.

The CRE ICHEAR is offering scholarships to support Honours, Masters and PhD students to undertake research in the field of ear and hearing health. Working as part of the CRE ICHEAR research team, scholarship holders will be supported by Australia’s leading researchers and medical practitioners in the field of child ear and hearing health.

Call for Expressions of Interest

The Centre for Research Excellence in Indigenous Children’s Health Ears (CRE ICHEAR) is keen to hear from potential PhD scholars with an interest in the field of Ear Health research. If you would like to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI), please download and complete the application form below.  If you would like to discuss your ideas for an EOI , contact the Research Program Manager: email CRE_ICHEAR@menzies.edu.au  or phone (08) 89468661.

 

We are currently calling for EOIs for 2019. Submissions will close on 5 November 2018.

Guidelines document

Download Application form

Submit Application

Applications are open – please submit documents to CRE_ICHEAR@menzies.edu.au

For researchers

Otitis Media (OM), sometimes known as glue ear or runny ears…

For health practitioners

Otitis Media (OM), sometimes known as glue ear or runny ears…

For families and communities

Many Indigenous children, and almost all Indigenous children living in remote communities...