We nurture and encourage researchers of all levels: from PhD students, early and mid-career researchers, along with seasoned academics.
A community-led group of Charles Perkins Centre members and research and education hub occupants is dedicated to enhancing research development and social experiences of early and mid-career researchers.
The active community seeks to build a community of young investigators to foster new collaborations with colleagues across disciplines.
Events held throughout the year cover a wide range of topics and formats, including presentations sampling the breadth of Charles Perkins Centre-related research, seminars on scientific writing, research integrity and technical skills, and panels on careers both within and outside academia. Most events include catering and time to socialise and exchange ideas to facilitate collaboration, networking, and building the community.
An opportunity is open to PhD students studying human genome editing in the Dr John and Anne Chong Lab for Functional Genomics at the Charles Perkins Centre. The scholarship will support the living costs of students while completing their studies. The Scholarship is open to Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents and New Zealand citizens who have an unconditional offer for admission into a full-time PhD within Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney. Learn more about this opportunity.