$28,597 University of Technology Sydney (UTS) 2022 PhD Scholarship – The Role of Bacterial Pathogen Behaviours in Marine Disease

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

    Biology
  • Country of the Scholarship

    Australia
  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

    2022
  • Type of scholarship

    Ph.D. scholarship
  • Scholarship amount given

    > 12000
  • Type of scholarship administrator

    University
  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

    Offline
  • Applier's country

    All
  • Expenses covered

    All
  • Scholarship Contact Details

      Email: Jean-Baptiste.Raina@uts.edu.au

The annual global economic losses incurred as a result of disease outbreaks in marine fisheries and farming are estimated to reach US$6 billion. Decades of research on human and plant infections have revealed that the behavior of pathogens is what ultimately determines whether or not they are able to infect their host. In spite of this, our knowledge of the chemical signals that influence the behavior of marine pathogens is still in its infancy stage. This study will integrate cutting-edge methods in microbial ecology, chemical imaging, and microfluidics in order to determine the cues that govern the behavior of marine diseases. The anticipated results include an increased capacity to predict, monitor, and manage marine diseases, as well as the development of novel techniques to prevent disease outbreaks, which will assist in protecting Australia’s marine estate.

 

About the Scholarship Sponsor:

The New South Wales Institute of Technology was the precursor of what is now known as the University of Technology in Sydney. It was established in 1964 and served as a precursor to the university (UTS). On January 25, 1988, the transaction to purchase the School of Design at Sydney College of the Arts was successfully completed by the organization. Before the University of Technology, Sydney Act was passed on January 26, 1988, the institution that is currently known as UTS was once known as the University of Technology, Sydney. On January 1, 1990, the Kuring-Gai College of Advanced Education and the Institute of Technical and Adult Teacher Education merged with UTS to form what is now known as the University of Technology and Sydney. UTS is responsible for creating what is now known as the University of Technology and Sydney. The publicly supported research institution is now connected with three international organizations: the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL), and the Australian Technology Network (ATN) (ATN).

There is a campus of the University of Technology Sydney located just to the south of the Central Business District in Sydney. On campus, the central administrative and academic buildings can be found in one of three places. These locations are as follows: Schools in the Broadway region offer instruction in a diverse array of fields, including medicine and research, the arts and humanities, and built environments, amongst others (including engineering and IT). Both the University of Technology, Sydney Library and the University of Technology, Sydney Faculty of Law may be found in the Haymarket neighborhood of Sydney’s Old Market district. UTS Startups and the UTS Animal Logic Academy are both located in the Dr. Chau Chak Wing Building at the University of Technology, Sydney. The Blackfriars complex is home to a variety of administrative buildings, one of which being the Blackfriars Children’s Centre. The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) operates many campuses all across the city of Sydney. Some of these campuses are located in Botany, the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick, and Moore Park.

 

UTS offers more than 210 programs leading to a master’s degree and more than 130 programs leading to a bachelor’s degree. This extensive spectrum of fields includes, but is not limited to, the following areas of study: architecture, business, the built environment, communication, education, design, engineering, international studies, information technology, law, nursing, midwifery, pharmacy, and science. The overall number of students registered at this institution comes to 46,190, with over 13,000 of them hailing from different countries. The personnel of the institution, which numbers 4,714, is also rather vast and exceptional. It has 256 exchange partner relationships, which link students to excellent educational opportunities at 185 institutions located in 43 different countries. There have been around 240,000 graduates from this school, hailing from 150 different nations.

It is not a secret that the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has graduated many great people who have gone on to achieve success in disciplines as varied as engineering, commerce, architecture, academia, journalism, the arts, and politics. Hugh Jackman’s portrayal of Wolverine in the X-Men film franchise has earned him a number of accolades, including an Emmy Award, among others. Tanya Plibersek is a well-known politician who served as a representative for Australia in the federal parliament in the past and who now represents the Green Party in Australia. Morris Iemma was the 40th premier of New South Wales during his time in office. Anh Do, who is both a well-known comedian and actress, was born in Australia. He catapulted to stardom thanks to his breakout performances in the films Good News Week and Thank God You’re Here. Charlotte Best is a well-known model and actress who first came to public attention because to her starring part in the long-running soap opera “Home and Away” in Australia. Sonia Kruger is a well-known TV personality and the co-host of the Australian version of “Dancing with the Stars.” The seasoned author Joel Labi has contributed to publications such as CNN, Reuters, and 2GB, among others. Pat Cummins is currently acting in the capacity of deputy captain for the Australian cricket team.

 

Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Technology Sydney

Scholarship Country: Australia

Scholarship Worth:  $28,597

Scholarship Type: PhD

Nationality: International Students

 

Scholarship Offer:

Full funding, including $28,597 each year in addition to additional monies totaling $7,500 for expenses linked to travel and other PhD-related costs.

 

Eligibility for Scholarship

  • a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors and a First Class or Second Class Division 1 grade, a Master of Science degree with either a Research or Coursework emphasis and a research thesis that is at least six months long.
  • Or the individual must have what the institution considers to be an equivalent degree of academic achievement.
  • experience either in microbiology or analytical chemistry that can be demonstrated.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required.
  • You have proven that you are able to operate both independently and well within a team environment.
  • An exceptionally high level of both motivation and enthusiasm.

 

RMIT University knows that there are a lot of motivated international students who want to go to college in Australia. For the academic year 2023-2024, the university is offering the Stem Scholarships for students in Latin America to help these students overcome financial barriers. The scholarship is worth $10,000, which they can use to pay for school and focus on their studies.

 

Nationality

The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) 2022 PhD Scholarship – The Role of Bacterial Pathogen Behaviours in Marine Disease   is open to all International Students

 

Application Procedure

  • Before the application deadline, candidates should email their curriculum vitae and a half-page long statement of interest to Dr. Jean-Baptiste Raina. Candidates who have been selected for further consideration will be informed with additional details.

 

Application Deadline

The application deadline  for University of Technology Sydney (UTS) 2022 PhD Scholarship – The Role of Bacterial Pathogen Behaviours in Marine Disease   is October 28, 2022


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