MAPrc has approximately 50 local and international students completing Ph.D., Masters, Honours and undergraduate degrees in areas including cognitive psychology and neuroscience.   

A wide variety of research projects are available including: psychosis in traumatic brain injury, female hormones in schizophrenia symptom alleviation, mirror neurons and their role in social understanding, and additionally, correlates between cognitive dysfunction and specific symptoms in schizophrenia.  




MAPrc provides a friendly and nurturing environment where students are encouraged to interact with senior staff on issues surrounding research design and analysis. Further, students are given the unique opportunity to be treated like staff members. This includes attending staff meetings, sharing ideas about research, and attending conferences both locally and internationally. This unique student environment is an ideal gateway between being a university student and joining the research workforce. 











 MAPrc Multidisciplinary Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre, Level 4, 607 St Kilda Road, Melbourne 3004