COVID-19 Advice for the JCU Community - Last updated: 5 May 2022, 3pm (AEST)

Post a Research Project

Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).

Those who are interested in publicly identifying potential research opportunities with prospective students and/or collaborators can list a current project or project idea here.

  • You may enter as many projects as you wish at any time, however please limit the number of individual posts you enter. For example, you may describe several projects under one post called, ‘multiple projects in critical care’.
  • If you wish to remove your project or hide it temporarily please contact our team
  • Please try to reply to student enquiries within 7-10 days. Let us know if you are away or you are unable to offer the project for a period. Contact: our team

Project details
If you have multiple projects available in the same area, your title might be e.g. 'Multiple projects in surgery'.
Please select all that may apply, as well as related fields.
If research field isn't listed above please specify below
Location of project *

What type of student/ collaborator would you like to apply? *

Type of work * select all that may apply

Will the project require the student to have contact with patients *

Will the student require access to patient data? *

Brief synopsis of your project(s). Include web links to more information and further details of your research if you wish. You can list several projects in this one post. Limited to 250 words

Are there any skills you require for your project? e.g. PCR, statistical experience

If applicable, provide any critical start or finish dates

Supervisor details

please provide a web link to e.g. JCU Research Portfolio., Google scholar, ORICID etc

Institutional affiliation * Many clinicians and researchers have more than one institutional affiliation. Under which institutional affiliation will you be supervising the student for this research project? Tick both if they apply

A copy of form submission will be sent to this email

A reminder to all student supervisors about Health and Safety: OH&S site specific local induction *

Supervisors are reminded to be familiar with their responsibilities based on the Work Health and Safety Act (2011) and the JCU Health, Safety and Wellness Policy

  • A site-specific local induction needs to be conducted for the student by the supervisor or other relevant person as appropriate to the project.
  • If relevant: Students should provide key contacts and/or supervisors with their certificates of completion of Queensland Health online modules accessed through the iLearn@QHealth learning management system: Work Health and Safety Induction and First-Response Evacuation Instructions