Doctoral training with ACCE2 at the University of Liverpool
The application is now OPEN
The deadline for applications is 9th January 2019, and shortlisted applicants will be interviewed in the week beginning 11th February 2019. Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed for only one project from across the ACCE partnership. However, as some projects have much more applicants than others, we encourage applicants to consider applying for more than one project within ACCE in order to maximise their chances of being interviewed.
For the academic year starting in October 2019, ACCE projects supervised at Liverpool are available at the Institute of Integrative Biology and School of Environmental Sciences.
For more information, or to apply for a project, follow the links below.
ACCE PhD opportunities based at the University of Liverpool
Changes in metabolic energy use with body sizes within pelagic invertebrate species: new insights from jellyfish
New models for structure and dynamics of sessile marine communities
Thermal tolerance of intertidal species: scaling from organisms to regional responses to environmental change
Mapping the food consumption of seabirds in space and time
How do Arctic seabirds coordinate parental care in a changing climate?
Form, function and macroevolution in dinosaurs
Invasive bees, invasive disease. The ecology and evolution of parasites associated with bumblebees in South America, Japan, and Europe
The impact of livestock on parasite transmission in communities of African savanna herbivores
How common are heritable microbes, and why?
The dynamics and drivers of horizontal gene transfer in soil bacterial communities
Reducing the environmental impact of controlling invasive rodent pests
Disease control and conservation: applying grazing pressure to solve ’The World’s Worst Wildlife Infectious Disease’
Ecological mechanisms that underlie ecosystem resilience to land use changes: demographic compensation in plant-pollinator networks
The role of interspecific interactions in shaping adaptive evolution in soil microbial communities
Conservation genetics and infectious disease in Brandt’s bats
Transgenerational effects of pollutants: the role of the egg
The ecology of a sex-ratio distorting meiotic driver
Utilizing community ecology to examine the role of environmental niches of Histoplasma capsulatum to better understand host-environment dynamics
Reproductive suppression in mammals: social mediators and implications for conservation
How is the Gut Microbiome Community Assembled in Wild Rodents?