FAQs

What projects are available?

Research projects for Honours and PhD students available within SAHMRI are listed on the website as these become available, but will be updated annually. Each SAHMRI theme is represented, and provide a list of the research projects currently on offer. We encourage you to contact the SAHMRI staff listed on these pages to discuss these projects further.

Is there a Student Committee and student activities?

The Student Committee at SAHMRI is chaired by Professor Deb White, Deputy Director Cancer Research, SAHMRI. This Committee meets regularly and is made up of active students within SAHMRI. Students within the Institute are encouraged to actively engage with the Student Committee regarding issues concerning student-life in the Institute.

In addition to the Student Committee, A/Professor Grigori Rhyckov is the Post-Graduate Student Coordinator at SAHMRI. Grigori can be contacted at any stage of your student journey to discuss.

Student networking events are held bi-monthly, where all students within the Institute are invited to attend and present on their project. These meetings allow for both social and professional collaboration amongst students, offering them a supportive environment in which to undertake their Higher Degree.

SAHMRI Scientific Seminar Series and Friday Heart Health Seminars

SAHMRI has a Scientific Seminar Series every Friday 1pm -2pm in the SAHMRI Auditorium.

The Heart Health Theme holds weekly seminars from 9am – 10am in the SAHMRI Auditorium.

Students are encouraged to attend and engage in these and other seminars hosted by SAHMRI.

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