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  Nuffield Department of Population Health - DPhil programme in Population Health for entry in October 2020

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Nuffield Department of Population Health. DPhil programme in Population Health for entry in October 2020. The Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH) brings together over 500 staff from world leading research groups, with around 100 students on taught Master's and Doctoral programmes.
  Ecological population genomics of an Australian song-bird
  Prof L Kruuk, Dr S Mikheyev
Application Deadline: 10 October 2019

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We are seeking applications from highly motivated and qualified candidates for a PhD at the Australian National University’s Division of Evolution and Ecology, within the Research School of Biology.
  Getting to grips with severe asthma - a whole population approach using routinely acquired data.
  Prof S Turner, Dr D Miller
Applications accepted all year round

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There are 500,000 people in Scotland who have asthma. Asthma symptoms range from mild through moderate to severe. Severe asthma is not common but since it is associated with morbidity and mortality, severe asthma is a considerable burden to patients, society and the NHS.
  Behaviour change interventions to improve population health and well-being
  Dr K Cheung, Dr N Anokye, Dr S Pokhrel
Applications accepted all year round

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Unhealthy lifestyles, such as smoking and physical inactivity, leads to conditions such as cancer and cardiovascular diseases, reducing health, quality of life, and burdens our society.
  Social behaviour and population biology in birds
  Prof B J Hatchwell
Applications accepted all year round

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Life on earth is fundamentally dependent on cooperative interactions among biological units. These social interactions may take the form of cooperation among genes or cells within organisms, between individuals within cooperative societies, or, in human societies, cooperation at an international or global scale.
  Exploring new methodology in Data Analytics to advance population health
  Dr S Barry, Dr I Megiddo
Applications accepted all year round

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Summary. 1 fully funded, 3.5 year PhD studentship is available to a highly motivated UK or EU student to work within a centre of excellence in the linkage and analysis of data across disciplines.
  The population genomics of New Zealand seabirds and developing DNA markers to resolve uncertainties of bycatch identification
  Dr PA Ritchie, Dr N Rawlence
Applications accepted all year round

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Seabird bycatch in long-line and trawl fisheries is a significant issue, particularly for albatrosses, shearwaters and the larger species of petrels.
  Understanding mealtime: are an individual’s attitudes to meal composition predictive of what they eat and is this an effective target for dietary advice?
  Research Group: Applied, Social and Health Psychology Research Group
  Dr S Forwood, Dr L Smith
Applications accepted all year round

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Research Group. Applied, Social and Health Psychology Research Group - http://www.anglia.ac.uk/science-and-technology/research/our-research-institutes-and-groups/applied-social-and-health-psychology.
  Combining game theory and the weak noise limit to understand spatio-temporal ecological models of animal movements.
  Dr TE Woolley, Dr V Knight
Applications accepted all year round

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The project seeks to bring together two different but complementary fields of mathematics in order to extract further understanding from each.
  Investigating the connection between individual-based movements and population dynamics of grass finches in northern Australia
  Assoc Prof H Campbell, Prof S Banks, Dr T Crewe
Application Deadline: 30 September 2019

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Grass finches inhabiting Australia’s tropical savannas have decreased in abundance and distribution in recent decades. These declines are perplexing because they have occurred in apparently intact savanna ecosystems over vast spatial scales.
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