Students are the future of research. IBAS provides a stimulating and supportive environment for students of all levels, from honours to PhD.
Students from all major Melbourne based universities have undertaken projects at IBAS. Currently students are enrolled at Melbourne University, Swinburne University, RMIT University, Victoria University and LaTrobe University.
The key contact person for students is Dr Maree Barnes, who can respond to your intitial enquiry and direct prospective students to an appropriate senior researcher.
IBAS has good infrastructure and support, with dedicated work areas, regular meetings with supervisors and fortnightly research meetings.
Please take the opportunity to browse the rest of the IBAS website for general information prior to contacting Dr Maree Barnes.
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This Sleep Awareness Week, Austin Health's sleep experts remind us all that sleep is integral to good health, particularly at times when we're under stress.
University of Melbourne Chair of Physiotherapy at Austin Health, Professor David Berlowitz has had quite a memorable week.
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