PhD Opportunities: Mental health e-interventions

Potential PhD Research Opportunities 2016 / 2017
Mental health e-interventions
Researchers from the SU/UCT MRC Unit on Anxiety Disorders, University of Cape Town (Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health) and Stellenbosch University (Psychology Department) are working with international collaborators on a research projects to pilot and test e-interventions for anxiety and depression, and substance abuse among university students in South Africa.
There are opportunities for 2 or 3 PhD research students to join these projects in 2016/2017.
These projects will afford PhD candidates the opportunity to work as part of an international interdisciplinary team in the exciting domain of mental health and e-interventions.
At this stage we are inviting suitably qualified candidates (i.e. at least a Master’s degree in a relevant field) to express interest in participating in this research.
Interested candidates should forward their letters of interest and CVs to Dr Jason Bantjes ( or Prof Christine Lochner (