due to some leftover funding being available at our University, I have an opening for a PhD position in my “group” (it’s just me for now), and a great project: to work on phylogeography and population structure of Apodemus flavicolis and sylvaticus (yellow-necked and wood mice) using high-throughput genotyping, in collaboration with Dr Karol Zub in the Mammal Research Institute in Bia?owie?a, Poland.
This is a fully-funded 3-year PhD project with extra money for research and is co-supervised by Dr Dougie Clarke and embedded in the Evolutionary Genetics Research Group here at Huddersfield. The funding is only available to EU students.
I would be very grateful if you could spread the news far and wide, as there is not much time left: deadline is July 10th.
All the information is here: http://bryklab.net/jobs/
The official advert by the University is here: http://www.findaphd.com/search/PhDDetails.aspx?CAID=2816&LID=314
Thanks a lot!