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Study Programs and Support

Get involved: Learn from and work with world class clinical and scientific researchers, kick-start your career and make a difference to men’s health and well-being

Summer vacation, Honours, Masters and PhD projects are available in basic and applied science, public health and clinical research in the areas of:

  • Male ageing
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Sleep
  • Cardio-metabolic health
  • Prostate cancer
  • Colorectal cancer
  • Andrology 
  • Urology
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • Mental health and well-being
  • Preventative health
  • Health services
  • Populations at greater risk
  • Bone health


The Centre also offers a range of scholarships to support students. Students may be eligible for a scholarship if they are being supervised by an active member of the Centre.  Go to Research Programs to find links to researchers responsible for our major programs.

  • HDR support and top-up scholarships. Ask your Supervisor to contact the Centre regarding scholarship support.
  • Honours scholarships  $3500 stipend + $1500 support to attend a national conference to present your research.  Applications open
  • Paddy O'Rourke Honours Scholarship in prostate cancer research, One award only.  Competitive application $5000 stipend + $1500 support to attend national conference to present your research. Applications open.  
  • Summer vacation research scholarships: Applications open in September but expressions of interest may be lodged anytime.

Contact the Centre 

Please direct all summer vacation, Honours and higher degree by research enquiries to:

General information on requirements for University admission for higher degrees is available at the University's Graduate Centre website.

Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health

Ground Floor 
254 North Terrace
The University of Adelaide


T: +61 8 8313 0514
F: +61 8 8313 0355

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