The PhD scholars will focus on key performance aspects associated with endurance cycling. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to travel and collaborate with national sporting organisations. Applicants must be able to demonstrate well-developed knowledge and research skills in strength and conditioning, mathematics, modelling, engineering, exercise physiology, systems physiology, molecular biology or other academic fields that may demonstrate relevance to elite cycling performance. Familiarity with competitive cycling is not a pre-requisite but a passion and willingness to pursue excellence in elite athlete preparation is required.
Closing date for Applications: 1st March 2016 for a mid/late 2016 start.
For more information please contact Associate Professor Chris Abbiss. Email: email@example.com, Phone: +61 8 6304 5740.
To apply, please supply the names of two professional referees, a copy of your academic transcript and a brief CV containing your contact details to Associate Professor Chris Abbiss.