A NERC funded PhD studentship is available to study the effects of environmental change on ecological and evolutionary interactions using a bird-moth-tree system at Imperial College London, in the Ecology and Evolution group at Silwood Park.
Project: Effect of climate change on ecological networks
Supervisor: Professor Ian Owens
The project would suit either an ecologist or evolutionary biology with good field skills and an interest in the effects of climate change. The student will receive training in field ecology, molecular methods and statistical analysis.
For information and queries regarding eligibility please see the following websites or contact the Campus Administrator at Silwood Park, Mrs Diana Anderson (email@example.com). Applications for PhDs at Imperial College must be completed online (see link below). Once you have submitted your formal application please send an application letter and a copy of your CV via email to Diana Anderson so that we can process your application.
Deadline: 15 February, 2010
Ecology and Evolution Group at Silwood Park: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/biology/research/ecologyandevolution
Imperial College PhD application process: http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/pgprospectus/howtoapply
NERC Studentship information: http://www.nerc.ac.uk/funding/available/postgrad/
Prof. Ian P. F. Owens