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Wellcome Trust 4-year Doctoral Programme in Genomic Medicine and Statistics

 . Advances in genomics has transformed biomedical research over the last decade and is now having significant impact on the practice of clinical medicine. Read more

NERC GW4+ DTP Studentship - Genomics, catastrophes and conservation management: the past, present and future of a cryptic endemic reptile

The Lesser night gecko Nactus coindemirensis (LNG) was once widespread throughout Mauritius and its offshore islands but underwent a catastrophic decline following human induced predator and competitor introductions from the 16th Century. Read more

EASTBIO Growing on the edge: The genomic basis of coastal adaptation in eyebrights (Euphrasia)

  Research Group: Institute of Evolutionary Biology
Local adaptation enables plant populations to survive in extremely harsh environments. Coastal habitats present a suite of challenging conditions with plants exposed to drying oceanic salt spray and osmotically stressful high salinity soils. Read more

The genomic basis of obligate ant/plant symbioses

I am seeking a highly motivated PhD student to join this exciting project on the genomics of mutualism dependence using ant/plant symbioses as model systems. Read more

Identifying genomic causes of autism in adults and the impact on day-day life

Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition in which there are combinations of features such as impaired social-emotional reciprocity during interactions and impaired non-verbal communication. The cause of autism is complex, and is thought to be due to combinations of genetic and environmental factors. Most research has focussed on children. Read more

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