PhD opportunities

The Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory has a number of PhD level projects available (many of which are supported by Category 1 grant funding) looking at various aspects of depression and anxiety including cognition, intervention studies, development of e-mental health resources, predictors, risk factors and psychoneuroimmunological markers in depression and anxiety in various population groups including the medically ill such as those with multiple sclerosis and cancer.

Many of these projects will be supported by new clinical trial centre facilities including new office spaces and computers and a collegial and supportive lab environment involving Honours, Master of Clinical Psychology students and a post-doctoral research fellow.

Eligibility

  • PhD level projects are open to Australian (domestic) candidates only
  • The PhD must be undertaken on a full-time basis
  • Applicants must have been awarded at least a first class Honours degree in psychology
  • Research experience in mental health and/or hospital based research will be looked upon favourably
  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate strong written, verbal and analytical skills

Please contact Dr Litza Kiropoulos on 90354063 or email litzak@unimelb.edu.au for more information.

Volunteering opportunities

If you would like to volunteer on a project being conducted through the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Lab please feel free to contact Dr Litza Kiropoulos directly (litzak@unimelb.edu.au).

Current research opportunities

Transdiagnostic Research Program (TRP)