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We announce a four-year full time graduate student position with a focus 

on conservation genetics issues in the aquatic environments of the 
Baltic Sea and freshwater mountain lakes of central Sweden.
 We look for 
a student who is highly motivated and interested in theoretical and 
empirical population genetics but also in conservation issues and how 
genetics information can be used in conservation management. The PhD 
will be carried out within the Baltic Sea Marine Biodiversity project 
(BAMBI; www.bambi.gu.se) and the Lakes Bävervattnen long term genetic 
monitoring study of brown trout populations (www.zoologi.su.se), and be 
affiliated with the Department of Zoology at Stockholm University.
closing date for application: July 30, 2015
Stockholm University is situated in the beautiful surroundings of a 
National City Park were you can stroll in ancient forests and swim off 
rocks or beaches just within short walks from campus. It is a modern 
university with a long history that is characterized by an open 
atmosphere and a multicultural environment. Stockholm University is one 
of the world’s top 100 higher education institutes.
The Department of Zoology has a long history of basic and applied 
research of animal species, from arthropods to large mammals, from the 
perspectives of its five divisions: Ecology, Ethology, Population 
Genetics, Functional Morphology, and Systematics and Evolution. The 
Department has c. 100 staff including c. 40 PhD students. The advertised 
position will be affiliated to the Division of Population Genetics, 
which has a strong tradition of theoretical and empirical focus on 
conservation genetics issues and with recent research also focusing on 
developing and using genomic tools.
Read more and apply here: 
Read more about the department: www.zoologi.su.se/en/index.php, 
Stockholm University: http://www.su.se/english/
We look forward to your application! Exact date to start the PhD work 
will be as agreed with the successful applicant. However, our ambition 
is to start work as soon as possible.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions: Prof. Linda 
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  (we will both supervise this project).
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