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We have 75 conservation biology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Woodland-mediated predator impacts on open ground birds

Lead Supervisor: Dr C Beale (University of York Department of Biology). Co-supervisor/s:  Dr Karl Evans (University of Sheffield), Dr David Douglas (RSPB), Dr Scott Newey (James Hutton Institute). Read more

Measuring and modelling natural selection in hybrid zones

Situations where there is hybridisation between two different species provide fascinating test cases of the adaptive value of traits that differ among taxa (Barton and Hewitt, 1989). Read more

ACCE DTP fully-funded project: Genetic consequences of climate change-induced range shifts in Aricia butterflies

Lead Supervisor: Prof Chris Thomas (University of York Department of Biology). Co-supervisor:  Dr Kanchon Dasmahapatra (University of York Department of Biology), Dr David Roy (CEH) Dr Rachel Pateman (University of York Department of Environment and Geography). Read more

Where Have All The Hares Gone? Understanding Species Decline and to Support Species Recovery in Complex Multistakeholder Systems

About the Project. Lead-supervisor; Dr Helen Wheeler (School of Biological Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University). Co-supervisors; Dr Scott Newey and Dr Alessandro Gimona (The James Hutton Institute), and Rosalind Bryce (The University of Highlands & Islands). Read more

Investigation of an uncharacterised, embryonically lethal gene in immune cell development

This project is available through the MIBTP programme. The successful applicant will join the MIBTP cohort and will take part in all of the training offered by the programme. For further details. Read more

Emerging technologies to inform conservation management of pinnipeds

  Research Group: Scottish Oceans Institute
Seals alternate between time onshore and time at sea foraging. Therefore, their spatial overlap with human activities can be high compared with most marine species and has led to concerns about impacts on seal populations (Thompson et al. Read more

Conservation genomics of bumble bees

Project Highlights. Your research will be high impact science geared towards the conservation of bumble bees - highly important pollinators of both wild flowers and important crops. Read more

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