Staff & Student Opportunities

The BSRG has opportunities for Masters and PhD students

Staff Positions

There are currently no advertised positions vacant on the team.  If you wish to find out more please contact the team.

Student Opportunities

We actively supervise and support many student projects at both the undergraduate and post-graduate levels and invite students who are interested in pursuing research with the BSRG to view our current Research page and contact us for further information about available opportunities.

The BSRG Team has a PhD Scholarship which we award to an excellent student working in the area of spine biomechanics.  This award provides a PhD Scholarship and a Travel Bursary in honour of our long standing Research Director, Professor Clayton Adam who passed away in early 2018. The Clayton Adam Florence Wilson PhD Scholarship award was launched in late 2018 to promote biomechanics and spine research at QUT.  For detailed information about the award, application closing dates and how to apply please see more info here.

RMO Masters Position at Queensland Children’s Hospital

A two year position in Orthopaedics at the Queensland Children’s Hospital is offered annually which allows you to concurrently earn a Masters degree at QUT.  For more info and how to apply please see more info here.

New PhD Scholarship Opportunities in 2023

We are seeking two motivated and highly skilled applicants to undertake PhD research projects commencing July 2023 with industry partner Sealy of Australia. The successful students will be a members of the newly established QUT-Sealy Centre for Biomechanics and Sleep Research. The ideal candidates will have a degree in Medical Engineering (Honours), Mechanical Engineering (Honours), or hold a degree in Human Movement or Biomechanics with strong computer science and programming experience. See the PhD flyer for more information about this opportunity. Applications are via email to BSRG Research Director, Associate Professor Paige Little.          PhD Flyer_How do healthy people sleep.

Voluntary Placements

Voluntary placements can be arranged for visiting researchers whose areas of interest are associated or complementary to our own.  Please note that all costs involved in the placement (including visas) will be the responsibility of the visitor.

Comments from recent Student visitors can be viewed here at Visiting Researchers, Colleagues and Students.