SSCP DTP projects

The Science and Solutions for a Changing Planet Doctoral Training Partnership (SSCP DTP) is offering six joint projects with Imperial College London and the Natural History Museum. 

The deadline for applications is Monday 20 January 2014


Lead supervisors are in bold.

        Supervisors: Beth Okamura, David Bass, Steve Brooks and Guy Woodward 
         (Imperial College)

        Supervisors: Andy Purvis, Paul Eggleton and Thomas Bell (Imperial College)

  • Impacts of warming on high latitude food webs

        Supervisors: Steve Brooks, Guy Woodward (Imperial College), Daniel Reuman 
        (Imperial College) and Samraat Pawar (Imperial College)

       Supervisors: Thomas Bell (Imperial College), David Bass and Robert Griffiths 
        (Centre for Ecology and Hydrology)

       Supervisors:  Richard Gill (Imperial College), Richie Abel (Imperial College) and 
        Farah Ahmed

        Supervisors: Miguel Araújo (Imperial College), Andy Purvis

How to apply

Applicants should contact the lead project supervisor directly to discuss the potential project and submit:

  • a CV
  • a covering letter
  • the names of two academic referees

Supervisors will advise students of any further departmental requirements.

An open day will be held on the 8 January 2013 at Imperial College for all interested applicants. More details will follow shortly.

Interviews are expected to be held in early to mid-February.


For general enquiries about PhD studentships please contact:

Dr Eileen Cox DSc
Head of Postgraduate Studies
Science Directorate department
Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road