This project is one of a number that are in competition for funding from the Evolution Education Trust View Website.
A studentship will provide UK/EU tuition fees, a stipend in line with the UKRI rate (£15,009 p.a. for 2019/20) and a generous budget for research and training as well as funds to support outreach activities for a period of up to 3.5 years.
Note: ONLY UK and EU applicants are eligible for studentship funding. International applicants will not be considered unless they can fully self-fund (fees and living costs).
Owen, J., Kelsh, R.N. and Yates, C.A. A quantitative modelling approach to in vivo zebrafish pigmentation patterning. In prep.
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Mort, R.; Ross, R.; Hainey, K.; Harrison, O.; Keighren, M.; Landini, G.; Baker, R.; Painter, K.; Jackson, I. & Yates, C. (2016). Reconciling diverse mammalian pigmentation patterns with a fundamental mathematical model. Nat. Commun., 7, 10288
FTE Category A staff submitted: 24.50
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