The Wicking Centre aims to improve the lives of those affected by dementia through its internationally recognised research and education programs. The Wicking Centre will provide honours scholarships to support students undertaking their honours year with Wicking researchers working in the neuroscience field working on projects relating to dementia and related neurodegenerative disorders, including both basic laboratory and clinical research. The Wicking Centre takes a multidisciplinary approach across neuroscience and health services, with research focused on the cause and prevention of dementia as well as care of those living with dementia.
Available to students commencing an Honours research program in neuroscience at the Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre in Semester 1, 2023. For students who completed their undergraduate degrees interstate and intend on moving to Tasmania to complete their Honours year, assistance with relocation costs may be available.
To retain this award, recipients are required to achieve a minimum Pass result in all components of their Honours degree.
31 January 2023
Students wishing to apply for this scholarship should apply for a 'College of Health and Medicine Honours Scholarship'. All potential Honours students should make contact with Associate Professor Anna King at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out further information.