We study the human-animal relationship across a number of fields, including psychology, ethology, zoology, and veterinary science. Our interests include, but are not limited to, the benefits of interacting with animals, the use of dogs in conservation work, dog cognition and behaviour, and puppy development.
If you are interested in studying with the Anthrozoology Research Group, please send us an inquiry at: [email protected].
Please note, to apply for a PhD candidature with La Trobe University, applicants will need an Australian Master’s degree at a minimum H2A standard, OR an Australian Bachelor’s degree with an honours year at a minimum H2A standard, OR an approved international equivalent. Students will be able to apply for scholarships directly through La Trobe University.
19 July 2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS APPROACHING.
LET US KNOW IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE!
The ARG is looking for a PhD student to join our lab in Victoria, Australia, to help us understand more about assistance dog socialisation and welfare. We have a big project coming up which gives us access to about 20 trainee puppies which we can follow long-term.
Competitive international applicants may be eligible for a full scholarship. If you’re interested, please email [email protected] for more information.