Prospective Students

For those interested in Honours:

Highly motivated students with a keen interest in research at the interface between chemistry and biology and a strong undergraduate record are encouraged to contact Dr Tuck. Projects are listed in the Chemistry Honours Booklet. Further details and application forms can be found here.

For those interested in PhD studies:

Highly motivated students with a keen interest in research at the interface between chemistry and biology and the equivalent of a first class Honours degree from Monash University are encouraged to contact Dr Tuck to discuss the possibility of applying for a PhD scholarship. General information about postgraduate studies in the School of Chemistry can be found here. Information about PhD scholarships can be found here and here. PhD applications are accepted throughout the year, but the closing dates for stipend and tuition scholarships are October 31st to start a course in first semester (February) and May 31st to start a course in second semester (July).

In addition to supporting applications for APA and Monash Graduate scholarships, I currently have one Dean's PhD scholarship to offer a student to work on lanthanide-based sensors. Candidates must be highly motivated with a passion for research and an excellent undergraduate record and first class Honours degree. They must also be an Australian citizen or permanent resident. Please send a full CV together with the contact details of two referees if you are interested.

For those interested in post-doctoral studies:

Potential post-docs are encouraged to apply for a position within the group only if they are able to bring their own funding with them. The Australian Research Council offer Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards. Applications for this extremely competitive scheme are typically due at the end of February each year, with funding awarded for a period of 3 years, commencing the following year.
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