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University College London
UCL's Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment (GEE) is looking
to recruit promising early-career researchers. GEE is a world class
Department with a broad research portfolio. We are aiming to strengthen
research in the general areas of evolution and ecology and are
particularly encouraging applicants in the following broad areas:
- Biodiversity and ecology (Prof Georgina Mace)
- Statistical and computational genetics (Prof Nick Luscombe)
- Ecological genetics of disease (Prof Fran�ois Balloux)
- Origins of eukaryotic complexity (Dr Nick Lane)
- Deep-time evolutionary analysis (Prof Max Telford and Dr Anjali Goswami)
Recruitment opportunities are available through the UCL Excellence
Fellowship scheme run by the School of Life and Medical Sciences
(deadline 13 May 2015) and through externally funded Fellowship schemes
(ERC, Royal Society, NERC, BBSRC, Wellcome Trust). The UCL Excellence
Fellowship offers salary and research funding, as well as generous funding
supplements for individuals bringing externally funded fellowships to
UCL http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slms/research/excellence-fellowship/
Candidates are required to identify a sponsor in GEE. They should get
in touch with any of the contacts listed above for informal discussions
as soon as possible (CV and cover letter). Alternatively contact Dr Max
Reuter (
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Prof Andrew Pomiankowski (
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The Department has a track record of supporting fellowship applicants
from initial application to securing subsequent permanent employment
within the department. You can find more information about the department
at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/gee.
A note for non-UK applicants: Fellowships are an integral part of
the UK academic system. Externally funded grants covering salary
and research expenses are open to non-UK applicants from a range of
funding agencies. These awards allow early- and mid-career scientists to
concentrate on their work unhindered by teaching and administrative loads.
Max Reuter
Research Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment
Faculty of Life Sciences
University College London
Darwin Building
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT, UK
Phone: +44-20-76792201 (internal 32201)
Lab: http://www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk/~ucbtmre/Labsite/
Department: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/gee
Centre for Ecology and Evolution: http://www.ceevol.org.uk
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