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ACCE DTP fully funded studentship - Unravelling the extent and impacts of plant invasion in the last pristine landscapes of Europe: the role of species interactions

Background . Biological invasions of anthropogenic origin pose significant threats to biodiversity. Studies on their drivers and impacts have grown exponentially in the past 30 years, yet most of these tend to focus on a single set of invaders and a limited number of drivers. Read more

Assessing bidirectional causal relationships between heavy menstrual bleeding and mental health: is there a role for inflammation?

PhD Studentship via the GW4 BioMed2 MRC Doctoral Training Programme. Rationale. Problematic menstrual symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) are common and distressing, impacting substantially on quality of life and mental wellbeing of affected women. Read more

Restoring for a resilient future: Woodland community assembly trajectories in the face of multiple stressors

We seek a numerate, enthusiastic student with a passion for restoring woodland ecosystems and multi-disciplinary research. This project provides a unique opportunity to answer how an overlooked driver, surface-level ozone, influences above- and below-ground restoration trajectories of woodland plant communities. Read more

Effects of seabird nutrient inputs on the productivity of coral reef fish communities

How coral reefs can sustain their extreme biomass of large reef fishes has continued to puzzle scientists. By living fast and dying young, small, bottom-dwelling (‘cryptobenthic’) reef fishes have been suggested as an important part of coral reef productivity, fuelling the foodweb. Read more

Unhappy Bedfellows? Interactions between the invasive species Sargassum muticum and Threatened seagrass beds (Zostera spp).

Overview (<300 words). Successful invasive species often escape top-down pressure in the early stages of invasion. However, emerging evidence suggests that over time local animal consumers can adapt to control and moderate nonnatives by incorporating invading species into their diets. Read more

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