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uts ithree institute: infection, immunity, innovation. research strength

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The ithree institute has a strong student community and our institute is conveniently located in the Sydney CBD near Central station.

We ensure the continued development of postgraduates through incentives to attend national and international conferences; ensuring availability of financial support for acquiring new technologies (workshops and collaborations); and by encouraging postgraduate students to spend two to three months in another laboratory.


We have several PhD scholarships available with a starting date of July, 2017.

Successful candidates will be awarded $26,682 (AUD) per annum over three years. 

How bacteria build a spore - supervised by Dr Chris Rodrigues (a new apointee, who will be joining us from Harvard University). 

Discovering how honey works to kill bacteria - supervised by Professor Liz Harry. 

The role of protozoan predation in pathogen evolution - supervised by Associate Professor Diane McDougald and Dr Shyang Sun.

Epigenetics of chlamydial infection - supervised by Associate Professor Garry Myers


Related links

How to apply for a research degree
Steps to apply for a research degree as an international student