Studentships 2012

*New PhD opportunity*

‘Global and local effects of long-term environmental change: a turtle's eye view’

Supervisors: Dr Daniela Schmidt and Prof Paul Valdes 

Applications to be send to d.schmidt@bristol.ac.uk
Interviews will be held early October. The position will be open until filled.
The successful applicant will start asap, latest on or shortly after 4 February 2013.

More information PDF (70.5 KB)

PhD opportunities in Biodiversity, Ecology & Evolution

The Natural History Museum is offering two PhD studentships 

  • for 3 years
  • full-time
  • paid
  • starting September 2012
  • registered at UCL
  •  for 2:1 (Hons) degree
  •  for UK/EU nationals

PhD studentships are a result of  new strategic research collaborations between the Natural History Museum and the Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment at University College London and students will be registered at UCL.

Research projects

Download the PDF files below for information on the 5 potential research projects.

Research in the following 5 project areas:

        Supervisors: Dr P Barrett (NHM), Prof S Evans (UCL) & Dr Benson (UCL)

        Supervisors: Dr T Richards (NHM), Dr N Lane (UCL) & Prof A Pomiankowski 
        (UCL)

        Supervisors: Dr M Wilkinson (NHM), Dr P Foster (NHM) & Prof Z Yang (UCL)

        Supervisors: Dr P Olson (NHM) & Prof M Telford (UCL)

        Supervisors: Dr David Bass(NHM) and Dr David Murrell (UCL)

Please send your application (full academic CV including two referees email addresses and covering letter) to:

Anna Hutson,
Postgraduate Studies Administrator,
The Natural History Museum, 
Science Admin Team, Cromwell Road, 
London SW7 5BD. 

or electronically to a.hutson@nhm.ac.uk

no later than Wednesday 4th April 2012

Please notify your referees that they may be asked to provide a reference at short notice.

Sponsorship

PhD studentships are a result of  new strategic research collaborations between the Natural History Museum and the Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment at University College London.