CEPAR is committed to training a
new generation of young researchers as well as communicating
knowledge in an innovative way to end users via its professional
We provide unrivalled
opportunities for students and early career researchers to
participate directly in the CEPAR research program as well as in a
number of events designed to bring together researchers from around
the country to meet and exchange ideas.
There are opportunities to become
directly involved in the CEPAR research program by enrolling as an
undergraduate honours or higher degree research student under the
supervision of a CEPAR Investigator or through employment as a postdoctoral
or research fellow.
Students and early career
researchers not involved directly with the CEPAR research program
are invited to participate in a range of events designed to bring
emerging researchers together from a variety of
Emerging Researchers in
CEPAR is a major sponsor of the Emerging
Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Initiative. The ERA
Initiative provides support to students undertaking research higher
degrees in the field of human ageing in Australia, by offering them
opportunities to network and collaborate with their peers, senior
academics and policy makers within Australia and
hosts a regular Virtual Seminar Series as well as
a National Annual Conference.
next seminar is "Publishing from
your PhD: Negotiating a crowded jungle."
This years conference is hosted by The
University of Sydney.
more information visit the conference
||Professor Helen Bartlett
Pro Vice-Chancellor and
President at Monash University,
Convener, ERA Initiative
CEPAR Associate Investigator
previously supported by the ARC/NHMRC Research Network in Ageing
Well and has played a major role in building ageing research
capacity in Australia. With CEPAR's support we hope to expand ERA's
reach and the range of opportunities available to emerging and more
CEPAR will develop short courses
specifically for industry professionals. Aimed at policy-makers and
practitioners, these courses will be designed to share new
knowledge in an accessible way.