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Department of Zoology – DPhil Studentships 2012

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University of Oxford
15 December 2011
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Oxford, Oxfordshire
Earth, Environment & Energy

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Department of Zoology – DPhil Studentships 2012

The Department of Zoology is offering a number of 3 year DPhil studentships, for the academic year 2012/13. Full studentships are available to UK nationals and EU students who meet the UK residency requirements.

To apply for the following studentships please use the online application system via apply now.

Please quote the reference code. Any queries please contact

The closing date is Friday 20th January 2012.
Further information on the studentship project description can be obtained from:

Reference code Supervisor(s)
Research Project

DTG1 Jarrod Hadfield, Ben Sheldon & Albert
Phillimore (Uni of Edinburgh)

The Genetic Basis of Local Adaptation and Migration Load in a Wild Bird.

DTG2 Jessica Metcalf, Oliver Pybus & Aris

Bridging the gap between epidemiological dynamics and molecular data:
a global meta-population model for rubella.

DTG3 Ben Sheldon
The Social Ecology of Mating Decisions in Wild Populations.

DTG4 Ashleigh Griffin & Stu West
Co-operative warfare in microbes.

DTG5 Rebecca Morris & Owen Lewis
Synergistic effects of fragmentation and climate change on host-parasitoid

DTG6 Owen Lewis
Natural enemies and the diversity of plant communities.

DTG7 Aris Katzourakis & David Bass (Natural History Museum, London)
The origins and evolution of viruses through genome-based paleovirological analysis.

CRC1 Aris Katzourakis & Adrian Smith
A comparative genomics approach to determine the role of immunity in cancer prevention.

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