Research in Biological Sciences at Wollongong spans many fields. The main areas are:
- Terrestrial Ecology
- Cell Biology and Biotechnology
- Animal Physiology & Systematics
- Plant Physiology and Molecular Biology
Our researchers include academic staff, research associates, PhD and Masters research students and honours students, as well as a range of collaborators in other institutions such as the National Parks and Wildlife Service, NSW Agriculture, the John Curtin School of Medical Research.
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY
PhD candidates undertake in-depth research in order to make an original contribution to the body of knowledge in Biological Sciences. This qualification can lead to, or enhance, an academic career.
Honours degree of at least four years' duration in a relevant discipline at Class II, Division 2 or higher (or equivalent).
Candidates for this degree enrol in THES924 (Major Thesis) and undertake a research project in one of the areas listed above. Intending students should view the Biology Staff Page to identify suitable supervisors and contact the Postgraduate Coordinator in the School of Biological Sciences if there are any additional queries.
Application Forms and scholarship information is available from the Research Student Centre.