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17-18 Summer Vacation Research Projects – Applications open

The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health is offering scholarships to support students in undertaking Summer Vacation Research Projects in 2017-2018.  University of Adelaide and Non-University of Adelaide students are eligible to apply. Men’s health research projects will be based at SAHMRI, the University of South Australia and the Health and Medical Sciences Building at the University […]

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FFCMH HDR scholarship-top-up awardees 2017 – supporting young researchers

The Centre congratulates new higher degree students who have been awarded scholarship top-ups from the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health.  Students receiving top-ups are: Phoebe Drioli-Phillips (School of Psychology, Uni of Adelaide) has been awarded a Commonwealth Research Training Program award (previously the Australian Post-Graduate Award [APA]) to support her PhD studies on “Male discourses of depression and […]

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2016-17 Summer Scholarship awardees – Congratulations

The Centre is pleased to announce its summer vacation research students for 2016-17.  Due to supervisor unavailability, only a limited number of projects were offered this round. Congratulations to the following students who will be working on digital health research projects supervised by Dr Camille Short (FFCMH) and Associate Professor Niranjan Bidargaddi (Personal Health Informatics […]

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Paddy O’Rourke Honours Scholarship for Prostate Cancer Research – Call for Applications

The Paddy O’Rourke Prostate Cancer Honours Scholarship is now open to students planning to undertake Honours in the field of prostate cancer research.  The student will receive a scholarship stipend of $5000 and will be supported to attend a national meeting to present their research. Applications for the 2017 Scholarship round are now open and close Fri Jan 6 2017. […]

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Freemasons Foundation AGM celebrates Honours scholarship students’ achievements

At the dinner following the Annual General Meeting of the Freemasons Foundation, Chairman Mr Don Sarah AM presented the Centre’s Honour’s Scholarship students with gifts to congratulate them on their outstanding achievements. Pictured from left to right are: Amber Lawson:  First class honours (Graded in top 3 Honours students for School of Medicine). Appointed to Graduate position at […]

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Congratulations to our 18 Summer Scholarship Awardees

Congratulations to the following students who have been awarded a 2015/16 Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health summer vacation research scholarship. Rural health Mr Luke Bamford (Psychological Science Yr3) Project: Predictors of distress in farmers during a drought.   Supervisors: Dr Kate Gunn, A/Prof James Dollman, Prof Deb Turnbull, Dr Andrew Vincent Ms Alison Barrett  (Health Science Yr3) Project: […]

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Call for 2015-16 Men’s Health Summer Vacation Research Scholarship applications

The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health is offering scholarships to support students in undertaking Summer Vacation Research Projects in 2015-2016.  University of Adelaide and Non-University of Adelaide students are eligible to apply. Men’s health research projects from research groups at the Repatriation General Hospital, SAHMRI, the University of South Australia, Cancer Council SA/Flinders Centre for Innovation […]

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19 Student Research Projects Posted for 2014/15 Summer Scholarships and Honours Programs

The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health is offering scholarships to support students in undertaking Summer Vacation Research Projects in 2014-2015.  University of Adelaide and Non-University of Adelaide students are eligible to apply. 19 men’s health research projects from research groups at the Basil Hetzel Institute, Repatriation General Hospital, SAHMRI, the Royal Adelaide Hospital, the University of […]

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Summer Vacation Student Zhi Xiang On presents at the SA and VIC ASMR meetings

Congratulations to Zhi Xiang On who has recently presented the results of his research project on “The association between Gastro-Oesophageal Reflux Disease (GORD), sleep quality, depression and anxiety in a cohort Australian men”, at both the South Australian and Victorian annual scientific meetings of the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR). On was a 2013-14 […]

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Profiling our Men’s Health Summer Vacation Research Scholars: Mr Joule Li

Mr Joule Li is currently a 5th-year medical student who was awarded a 2013/14 University of Adelaide Summer Research Scholarship and a Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health Extension Scholarship to investigate the association between musculoskeletal pain and obstructive sleep apnoea in males.  The project supervisors were Professor Robert Adams and Associate Professor Catherine Hill from the The Health Observatory. […]

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