Available PhD Positions at QAEHS

The Queensland Alliance for Environmental Health Sciences (QAEHS) is a multidisciplinary research Centre committed to world-class research across the environment health sciences. These include environmental toxicology, epidemiology, microbiology, health risk assessment and communication, and state-of-the art monitoring and analytical technologies to quantify emerging environmental health risks.

QAEHS is funded by Queensland Health and The University of Queensland and works closely with Queensland Health to develop the Centre’s research directions. QAEHS pursues research excellence through competitively funded research, as well as government and industry consultancies, and has a successful track record in interdisciplinary collaborative research with international and other Australian institutions.

For more information on applying for a PhD with QAEHS please read Higher Degree by Research

Some projects we are currently recruiting for include:

Transforming our understanding of the chemical exposome

Non-invasive samplers for characterising chemical exposure

ARC Training Centre (HyTECH) - multiple positions available

Reducing human exposure to pesticides from high use practices

Identifying indoor chemical exposures and associated factors

Assessing exposure to bushfire smoke and associated health risks

National trend analysis of illicit drug presence in wastewater: A data-drive approach to public health monitoring

Towards better understanding the properties of pollutants that can cross the blood brain barrier using assays and/or animal studies