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Research focuses on clinical and laboratory research investigating aspects of the eye such as how eyes develop short or long sightedness, infections of the eye, contact lenses, retinal diseases such as cataract and macula degeneration. The organisation can provide laboratory training as well as training in organising people to test new ocular devices such as contact lenses or therapies of ocular diseases and conditions. They can train in many aspects of laboratory biological testing including microbiology, biochemistry, immunology, histology.
We have previously placed candidates in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Perth & Adelaide
The Scientific Research Internships are voluntary/unpaid as the main benefit is to you through a meaningful learning experience, NOT on photocopying and making coffee. However, many host companies offer a stipend such as weekly transport costs. The internship will assist you in taking a big step towards your future career.
Our Scientific Research Internship start dates are flexible. We have students starting internships almost every Monday of the year (except in December and the first week of January).
Yes. We can arrange internships to meet your graduation requirements. These commonly involve an assignment topic or thesis subject.
If you send us your University requirements in order to gain credit for the internship then we will make sure to arrange a placement which meets these requirements.
Yes, there is a fee for the comprehensive service we provide. Our fees will be sent to you once you have completed the enquiry form.
Yes we can. Check out our Extra Services for further information.