Two PhD Opportunities


Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, Australia are looking for two PhD students. One to examine – Youth self-harm and suicide:, and another exploring – The STAR project: A regionally-based RCT of an integrated response to suicide risk among secondary school students:


PhD Opportunity

Griffith University Australia are seeking an energetic PhD candidate to work on a project designed to enhance capacity-building in the area of human services and counselling in the Pacific regions.

Applications are open until June 28th with more information at:


Research Assistant

Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, Australia is looking for a Research Officer to identify and recruit clients to a current study, requiring consultation with clinicians and regular attendance at clinical review meetings. Applications are open until July 4th with more information at:


Post-Doctoral Researcher (Part-Time)

The National Suicide Research Foundation, Ireland is looking for a part-time Post-Doctoral Researcher to work on their five year programme investigating the Individual and Area Level Determinants of Self-Harm and Suicide in Ireland: Enhancing Prediction, Risk Assessment and Management of Self-Harm by Health Services. Applications are open until July 5th with more information at:


PhD Opportunity

The University of Cambridge, England is looking for a Research Assistant on the Wellcome-funded MYRIAD project looking at mindfulness in adolescence. Applications are open until July 17th with more information at:


Research Fellow

This fellowship focuses on implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of clinically focused insights derived from novel data obtained from both ongoing and new clinical research studies, community clinics, and a digital mental health clinic.

Applications are currently being accepted with more information available at:


PhD Opportunity

Applications are being welcomed for a funded PhD programme in Psychology at the University of York. This research project focuses on how the natural scene structure contributes to efficient scene and object perception.Applications are open until July 31st with more information at:


Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships

Opportunity for Experienced Researchers (PhD holders or those with four years of research experience) to secure their own funding via Individual Fellowships to support their research training and career development. Any Researcher can apply for a Fellowship to be hosted at a research-performing organisation from any sector (public, private, non-profit, etc.). The Fellowships are both European or Global, with more information available on the website. The generous budget includes funding for salary, mobility costs, research costs, and a contribution to the overhead costs of their host organisation. More information available online at:


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