The Malaghan Institute is New Zealand's premier vaccine and immunology research centre. Our scientists are focused on the development of more effective immunological based therapies for the treatment of diseases such as cancer, asthma, food allergy, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, and infectious diseases such as tuberculosis and human hookworm. There are many opportunities for postgraduate study within each of these research programmes, including PhD, Masters and Honours. Each year the Malaghan Institute also hosts summer interns who have an interest in science and are of the calibre to take on and benefit from an assigned research project at the Institute.
The Malaghan Institute's Research Group Leaders are responsible for overseeing the Institute's research programmes, each bringing with them a wealth of experience in mentoring the development of young scientists.
Working with close direction from the Malaghan Institute's Research Group Leaders and senior research staff, students are able to conduct meaningful work and learn what a career in research offers.
Financial support for postgraduate study at the Malaghan Institute is dependent on the individual research project and the availability of grant funding. This information can be obtained from the Research Group Leader supervising the project.
As postgraduate and summer studentship positions become available they will be advertised on our Vacancies page, but you can also register your interest in a particular disease area by contacting one of our Research Group Leaders.
For any general enquiries regarding studying at the Malaghan Institute please contact our Manager of Student Relationships, Prof Graham Le Gros firstname.lastname@example.org
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