Keep up to date with the latest news, events and outcomes from the KU Leuven - Melbourne Joint PhD.
18 November 2022 Online workshop: Did translation policy just change?
Rachel Macreadie and Anthony Pym moderate a panel discussion on Australian translation policies during the COVID-19 pandemic
KU Leuven-Melbourne Research Training Group Mini Conference
KU Leuven-Melbourne Research Training Group's first virtual mini conference was held in October 2022 with presentations from cohort Graduate Researchers
KU Leuven Joint PhD Program in the news
30 joint PhDs from KU Leuven and University of Melbourne
6 Aug 2020
KU Leuven and the University of Melbourne are teaming up to offer 30 joint PhDs to students as part of their ‘priority partnership’.
KU Leuven and Melbourne to offer thirty joint PhDs
14 Jul 2020
Peter Lievens, Vice-Rector for International Policy at KU Leuven: ‘In this phase, Leuven and Melbourne will fund thirty joint PhDs, spread over three consecutive calls. That is a significant number, especially with a top-level institution such as the University of Melbourne: it is the highest-ranked university in Australia and has a rock-solid reputation worldwide.’ Their trip included negotiations with the University of Melbourne about stepping up research collaboration. The result: the two institutions will fund thirty joint doctoral projects together.
8 Jul 2020
A couple of months ago, when corona was still mostly known as a brand of beer, Rector Luc Sels and Vice-Rector Peter Lievens travelled to Australia with a KU Leuven delegation.
Eye test for Alzheimer's disease
Centre for Eye Research Australia researchers Associate Professor Peter van Wijngaarden and Dr Xavier Hadoux discuss their research to develop a simple eye test that will help identify people at risk of Alzheimer’s disease, opening the way to treatments and potentially a cure. The video is available on Youtube.
First published on 26 August 2022.
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