PhD SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY ON NON-IONISING RADIATION (NIR) FOR COSMETIC APPLICATION

We have been contacted by Adjunct Professor Ken Karpidis from ARPANSA to promote to the industry a new PhD Scholarship opportunity.

Monash University in collaboration with the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) is seeking a potential candidate for a PhD Scholarship opportunity on non-ionising radiation (NIR) cosmetic applications, which is currently being advertised.

The objective is that a comprehensive NIR cosmetic injury data collection and analysis will greatly assist in the ongoing development of regulations for these procedures by all Australian states and territories to be able to pursue the development of uniform regulations for these applications.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to provide valuable data for the future drafting of regulations.  More information on the PhD opportunity is available from the Monash University jobs portal.

This position will also suit a student who has completed Occupational Health and Safety qualifications or someone with a nursing background will also be suited.  If you are currently qualified with a health science degree with an honours qualification please also consider, or forward to anyone that you believe may be interested.

You can also contact:

 A/Professor Ken Karpidis, Assistant Director – Health Impact Assessment

School of Health Sciences

Swinburne University of Technology

619 Lower Plenty Road, Yallambie VIC 3085

Phone +61 3 9433 2282

FAX +61 3 9432 1835

email ken.karipidis@arpansa.gov.au

www.arpansa.gov.au