The NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use provides a challenging and supportive environment for postgraduate research students. With access to internationally recognised researchers for supervision, candidates will work at the cutting edge of prevention, treatment and epidemiological research into substance use and mental health comorbidity.
Our academics provide supervision to Masters by Research and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) students wishing to obtain advanced training in the field of substance use and mental health. Individuals interested in undertaking Masters or PhD research with the CRE should contact a potential supervisor to discuss their proposed research and any scholarship opportunities that may be available.
The booklet covers:
Please don't hesitate to contact individual CREMS members directly (see contact emails within the booklet); we’d be happy to meet with you to discuss possibilities for supervision or co‐supervision.
For general questions about this booklet or student research opportunities, please contact Dr Louise Thornton (email@example.com) or Dr Lexine Stapinski (firstname.lastname@example.org).