Opportunities

 

TWO NEW MARINE ECOLOGY PhDs (start Oct 2018) WORKING WITH ME @ESSEX

What makes an estuary a home for juvenile Sea bass? With me, Leanne Hepburn (Essex), Ewan Hunter (CEFAS) and Martin Taylor (University of East Anglia).

If you like fish, fishery science, marine ecology and conservation and molecular ecology then this is the project for you! See details on FindAPhD or to apply see here.

 

NOSy: A Non-invasive Oyster Sensor to monitor spawning in bivalves. Led by Michael Steinke, with me, John Woods (Essex, Engineering) and Paul Harding (Colchester Oyster Fishery).

If you like technology and eco-physiology working on questions of relevance to sustainable aquaculture and conservation of  species of socio-ecological and economic value – both the native flat or European oyster (O.edulis) and the farmed Pacific Rock Oyster (C.gigas) then this could be the PhD for you. See details on FindAPhD or to apply see here.

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If you are interested in working with us as an intern, a volunteer or to undertake your final year Undergraduate research project, Masters or PhD please get in touch. All funded positions will be advertised.

We are often offering paid internships to University of Essex undergraduates and masters students through the Frontrunner and UROP research experience schemes so please look out for them.

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