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Glasgow, UK: PhD, ecol genomics in fish PDF Tisk Email
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 (CMVLS-DTP).
Details are available at:
See the project entitled "Comparative ecological genomics of environmental
heterogeneity" under the section "Food Security (Crop Science and
Animal Health)". Note that the application is to the CMVLS-DTP and not
to the project, but the project will be available to the successful
candidates. This Doctoral Training Programme aims to deliver high
quality, collaborative research and training for PhD students within
the Biosciences. The competition is open to all UK students and EU nationals who reside
in the UK. 
Deadline for applications is Friday 16 January 2015
Dr. Kathryn Elmer is interested in the genetic basis of biodiversity and
ecological diversification and is based in the Evolutionary Analysis
Group. Prof. Colin Adams studies fish biology and ecology and is
Director of the Scottish Centre for Ecology and the Natural Environment
(SCENE). Both faculty are based in the Institute of Biodiversity,
Animal Health & Comparative Medicine, University of Glasgow, Scotland.
Please see the website for details on the CMVLS-DTP and feel free to
contact Kathryn Elmer with informal inquiries in advance of the deadline.
Kathryn Elmer <
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