Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide
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Research at the WCHN

Malcolm Douglas Grant Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Malcolm Douglas Grant Research Fund was established in 2004 by Ms Natalie McConaghy in memory of her nephew, Malcolm Douglas Grant.

The primary purpose of the Fund is to facilitate research of an international standard into the cause of, or treatments for, patients with Morquio syndrome, other mucopolysaccharidoses, or other genetic disorders involving bone dysplasias within the lysosomal storage disorders group.

The Malcolm Douglas Grant Research Fund will fund one Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Women's and Children's Hospital campus, for a period of three years commencing in 2012.

This Fellowship will be open to graduates with a minimum of two years' postdoctoral research experience.

The stipend will be $70,000 per annum for a maximum of three years, with a maintenance allowance of $5,000 provided in the first year, and a travel allowance of $5,000 in the final year to support national and international presentations of the research undertaken.

For enquiries regarding the application process, please contact the Research Grants Officer, via contact details listedon the  Research Secretariat page.

 

Applicants are advised to refer to:

PDF iconConditions of Award and the Application form.

 

Applications close on: Position currently filled

last modified: 22 May 2019