Oferta de doctorado en ecología evolutiva marina (Australia) ~ Bioblogia.net

11 de mayo de 2016

Oferta de doctorado en ecología evolutiva marina (Australia)

A PhD position is available to join Keyne Monro’s research group in the School of Biological Sciences at Monash University, in Melbourne, Australia. We are looking for creative and motivated students who wish to do research on the evolutionary ecology of sessile marine organisms. Our
general interests include adaptation to changing environments, life history evolution and quantitative genetics. Candidates with strong interests in evolutionary biology and ecology, a good grasp of experimental design and strong quantitative skills are encouraged to apply. Specific projects are
flexible and will be developed in collaboration with the successful applicant.

The PhD stipend is fully-funded for 3 years with the possibility of 6
months extension. It includes all course fees plus ~$26,288 per annum
tax-free. Additional expenses for research, coursework, and conference
attendance will also be covered. Both Australian/NZ domestic and
international students are eligible to apply.

Monash University is a member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of top
Australian universities recognized for their excellence in research and
teaching. The School of Biological Sciences is a dynamic unit with
world-class strengths in evolutionary biology, ecology and genetics, and
the nexus between these disciplines (http://monash.edu/science/about/schools/biological-sciences/). The University is located in Melbourne, one of the most liveable cities in the
world and a cultural and recreational hub.

To apply, please send a CV, academic transcript, and cover letter with a
brief outline of research interests to keyne.monro@monash.edu. Applicants
must hold a Bachelor’s or equivalent degree with first-class Honours, MSc
or MPhil degree in a relevant field. Short-listed candidates will be
contacted for further information and to organise interviews. Initial
applications should be received before Tuesday 14th June, 2016.

Keyne Monro
ARC Future Fellow
School of Biological Sciences
Monash University

Victoria 3800, Australia
+61 3 9905-5608

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