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PhD opportunity in ecological genomics at the Institute of Biodiversity,
Animal Health & Comparative Medicine at the University of Glasgow

A competitive fully-funded PhD studentship will be available to study
comparative ecological genomics of freshwater fishes with Kathryn Elmer
and Colin Adams through the University of Glasgow College of Medical,
Veterinary and Life Sciences Doctoral Training Programme (MVLS-DTP). This
3.5 yr Doctoral Training Programme delivers high quality, collaborative
research and training for PhD students within the Biosciences. We are
looking for enthusiastic young evolutionary biologists to join our team!

Details about the MVLS-DTP are available at:
See the project entitled "Comparative ecological genomics" under the
section "Food Security (Animal Health)". We are also open to discussing
other project options to the successful candidates under a similar
research theme.
Note that the application is to the MVLS-DTP and not to the specific
project, but the project(s) will be available to the successful
The competition is open to UK and EU nationals.
Deadline for applications is 7 December 2015
The University of Glasgow ranks in the world=A2s top 100 universities and
IBAHCM is an outstanding research institution with many opportunities
for collaboration and discussion. Glasgow is a lively cultural city on
the doorstep of the beautifully rugged Scottish Highlands.
Kathryn Elmer is interested in the genetics of biodiversity and ecological
diversification and is based in the Evolutionary Analysis Group. Colin
Adams studies fish biology and trophic ecology and is also Director of the
Scottish Centre for Ecology and the Natural Environment (SCENE) on Loch
Lomond.  http://www.gla.ac.uk/researchinstitutes/bahcm/staff/kathrynelmer/
Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Kathryn Elmer in advance
of the deadline.
Dr. Kathryn Elmer
Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine
University of Glasgow
Graham Kerr Building,
Glasgow, G12 8QQ

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