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Job advertisement PhD project (fully funded) Environmental change and the coral biomineralisation response in the Central Pacific over the last 500ka

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PhD project (fully funded) Environmental change and the coral biomineralisation response in the Central Pacific over the last 500ka

Position
PhD project (fully funded) Environmental change and the coral biomineralisation response in the Central Pacific over the last 500ka

Employer

University of St. Andrews, UK


Location
St. Andrews, United Kingdom of Great Britain – England, Scotland, Wales

Sector
Academic

Relevant divisions
Climate: Past, Present & Future (CL)
Ocean Sciences (OS)

Type
Full time

Level
Student / Graduate / Internship

Salary
Open

Preferred education
Master

Application deadline
5 January 2024

Posted
23 November 2023

Job description

We are advertising a PhD studentship “Environmental change and the coral biomineralisation response in the Central Pacific over the last 500ka”.

The studentship is eligible for full funding (fees, stipend and training grant) for both UK and international applicants from the NERC IAPETUS2 doctoral training partnership for a start date in October 2024. The studentship will be supervised by Nicola Allison and Luke Bridgestock (University of St Andrews), Cees van der Land (University of Newcastle) and Jody Webster (University of Sydney). Closing date is 5 January 2023 but non-UK applicants must register interest by 11 December 2023.
Further details here: https://nicolaallisonwebsite.wordpress.com/blog/
Information on IAPETUS2: https://iapetus2.ac.uk/


How to apply

Contact Nicola Allison for further enquires (see https://nicolaallisonwebsite.wordpress.com/blog/). General information about eligibility, studying at the University of St Andrews, and the online application form can be found at https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/study/apply/postgraduate/. This project is eligible for full funding (fees, stipend and research training grant) for 3.5 years from NERC IAPETUS 2.