Candidates: These scholarships are only open to citizens and permanent residents of Australia and New Zealand. ANU scholarships are highly competitive, and cover all fees and a ~$27K stipend. In order to be put forward, you will need outstanding undergraduate marks and a first class honours or Masters by research (or be expecting to gain one by the end of 2019) or equivalent research experience.
Expressions of interest: To send in an expression of interest, please send in a detailed CV, full academic transcripts, and a brief description of your research interests to Dr. Dan Noble ([email protected]).
Some selected recent publications:
Noble, D.W.A., Radersma, R., Uller, T. (2019) Plastic responses to novel environments are biased towards phenotype dimensions with high additive genetic variation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA,116:13452–1346.
Nakagawa, S., Samarasinghe, G., Haddaway, N.R, Westgate, M.J., O’Dea, R.E., Noble, D.W.A., Lagisz, M. (2019) Research weaving: visualizing the future of research synthesis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 34: 224-238
Munch, K., D.W.A. Noble, L. Budd, A. Row, E. Wapstra, G. M. While (2018) Maternal presence facilitates plasticity in offspring behavior: insights into the evolution of care. Behavioral Ecology, 29:1298–1306
Noble, D.W.A., Stenhouse, V., Schwanz, L.E. (2018) Developmental temperatures and phenotypic plasticity in reptiles: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Biological Reviews, 93:72–7