Conduct your research study alongside our glycomics experts
Our research candidates benefit from our world-class expertise and have access to our state-of-the-art research spaces.
Explore the options for research study below and if you have any further questions, feel free to contact us to find out more.
Higher Degree Research study
Find all you need to know about research study at Griffith, from degrees to scholarships and how to apply. Our Griffith Graduate Research School also offers a range of opportunities to enhance your graduate experience.
Every year the Institute for Glycomics offers Summer Scholarships worth $1,000 each to Griffith University students to undertake research within the field of glycoscience. The research project must be undertaken during the summer holidays for at least four weeks (full-time) duration.
The final decision on timing and duration will be decided between the student and supervisor, who must be a member of the Institute for Glycomics.
Paradise Point Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank is a generous supporter of the Institute for Glycomics and has kindly agreed to sponsor a number of 2020/2021 Summer Scholarships.
Prospective students are requested to contact potential Institute supervisors to discuss suitable research projects, prior to submitting an application.View the application guidelines here.
The Summer Scholarship Scheme is now closed and will reopen again in July/August 2021
Dr Lucy Shewell's Experience
"I have been working as a post-doctoral research scientist at the Institute for Glycomics since November 2009. I was awarded my PhD from Griffith University in the field of Molecular Microbiology in July 2011. I also studied my Bachelor of Biomedical Science with Honours at Griffith University. I knew that the Institute for Glycomics was a leading research institute in the field of glycobiology and was attracting high calibre scientists. I have witnessed the Institute grow so much over the last 10 years and this positive growth and the expanding facilities has encouraged me to stay."