We are pleased to inform you that a Scholarship in Gold-Based Drugs for Effective Ovarian Cancer is currently in progress at RMIT University. Keep reading this article to find out more about the scholarship, its worth, eligibility, and application process.
This Scholarship in Gold-Based Drugs for Effective Ovarian Cancer will develop and test new gold-based compounds as alternatives to current ovarian cancer chemotherapies. The Scholarship will fund a 3 year Ph.D. candidature to work in the Chemistry Department of the RMIT School of Science CAMIC Laboratory. The project is a collaboration with immunologists (SHBS) to test gold compounds as anti-ovarian cancer therapeutics.
RMIT University, officially the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), is a public research university in Melbourne, Australia. It was established in 1887 by Francis Ormond and it started as a night school offering classes in art, science, and technology, in response to the industrial revolution in Australia.
It was a private college for over a hundred years before combining with the Phillip Institute of Technology to become a public university in 1992. RMIT University has an enrolment of about 95,000 higher and vocational education students, making it the largest dual-sector education institution in Australia.
RMIT University is ranked a five-star university by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) and is rated 15th in the World for art and design subjects in the QS World University Rankings, making it the top art and design university in Australia and Oceania.
However, the main campus of the university is based on the northern edge of the historic Hoddle Grid in the city center of Melbourne. RMIT University has two satellite campuses in the city’s northern suburbs of Brunswick and Bundoora and a training site situated on the RAAF Williams base in the western suburb of Point Cook.