Applications now open for a fully-funded Criminology and Public Health PhD examining the supply and trafficking of performance and image enhancing drugs
PhD scholarship in Criminology and Public Health
The possession, use, and supply of performance and image enhancing drugs such as steroids is often illegal, pushing the market for these substances underground. This can have negative health and legal consequences for those who choose to use, but also those who choose to engage in supply and trafficking.
Applications are invited for a PhD in Criminology and Public Health at Deakin University. This exciting cross-disciplinary project will examine the supply and trafficking of performance and image enhancing drugs. The successful candidate will be supervised by Professor David Bright (Alfred Deakin Institute, Faculty of Arts and Education) and Dr Matthew Dunn (School of Health and Social Development, Faculty of Health). A 3-year PhD scholarship will be offered to the successful candidate.
We are looking for someone with strong academic performance at undergraduate and/or postgraduate level. More information on entry criteria for PhD can be found here: https://www.deakin.edu.au/research/research-degrees-and-PhD
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Professor David Bright by email ([email protected]) attaching a CV and academic transcripts.