Current PhD Opportunities (deadlines in Jan 2018)

Blue tit match/mismatch: Together with Jarrod Hadfield, I am advertising a PhD to work on mismatch between blue tits and their caterpillar resource across habittas along our multi-site transect in the Scottish highlands. Please get in touch if you are interested in applying. 

Weather impacts on selection and plasticity in deer: Craig Walling and I are advertsing a PhD to work on the long-term red deer study on Rum. The PhD will look at the effects of weather conditions on traits such as antler mass and phenology. For details see http://e3dtp.geos.ed.ac.uk/projects.html.

Global patterns in the evolution of gallwasps: Graham Stone and I are advertising a PhD on the macroevolution of gallwasps. Fore details see http://e3dtp.geos.ed.ac.uk/projects.html.


To see other PhDs that are being offered at the Institute of Evolutionary Biology see the department PhD project webpage.



I would always be very happy to hear from anyone who might be interested in applying for a fellowship (e.g., Marie Curie, or Royal Society Newton fellowships) to join the group.