The ideal candidate will hold a First Class Honours degree (or equivalent such as MSc) and have prior experience in related research areas, such as population genetics and/or population genomics. Prior experience with bioinformatics of next-generation sequence data would be an advantage, but is not essential.
The candidate will be expected to apply for and obtain a PhD scholarship at Flinders University.
NOTE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: Flinders University has very competitive PhD scholarships for non-domestic students and only applicants with strong track record (>4 peer-reviewed papers) are encouraged to apply.
Annual full-time scholarship stipend is $27,596 tax-free.