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We have 11 sexual selection PhD Research Projects

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We have 11 sexual selection PhD Research Projects

Sex, aggression and ecology – how sexual selection alters population dynamics?

In recent years an increasing awareness that sexual selection may play a crucial role in larger scale processes such as adaptation to altered environments and population persistence has developed, but empirical support for this role is extremely inconsistent. Read more

Genomics of sexual trait expression in black grouse

  Research Group: Hoffman research group (molecular ecology)
An outstanding opportunity is available for a PhD student to work on the evolutionary genomics of sexual trait expression in an iconic avian model system, the black grouse (Lyrurus tetrix). The position is available in Joe Hoffman’s research group (www.thehoffmanlab.com) at the Department of Animal Behaviour at Bielefeld University and is fully funded for three years. Read more

PhD in Evolution and Behaviour: exploring the connection between how organisms have evolved and how they behave

The connection between how organisms have evolved and how they behave is a fundamental principle of biology. It can show us why organisms are the way they are, and answer deep questions about the diversity of life on earth. Read more

DTA: Enhancing Material Sustainability: A Bottom-Up Approach to Next Generation Corrosion Inhibition

  Research Group: Metallurgy and Corrosion
As society moves towards the Circular Economy, more sustainable use of materials is becoming increasingly important. Even in environments that can… Read more

Defence evolution under protective symbiosis: how do nuclear and symbiont defences interact?

Animals live in symbiosis with microbes. The presence of symbionts modifies the biology of the host in fundamental ways. In insects and other arthropods, symbionts have become part of the genetic inheritance – passed from a female to her progeny in or on eggs. Read more

An omics approach to understand and treat KMT2C-related neurodevelopmental disorder using induced pluripotent stem cells and CRISPR-Cas9

Background. We recently identified a novel human syndrome caused by mutations in a gene called KMT2C1. Patients with this condition predominantly have developmental delay and intellectual disability indicating the important function of this gene in brain’s normal development and function. Read more
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