Joint PhD scholarships open for applications
The PhD scholarships in macroecology and biodiversity conservation are established jointly by the University of Adelaide and the University of Copenhagen, and funded by the Australian Research Council, the Danish Council for Independent Research and the Villum Foundation.
The scholarships will support two full time PhD students, commencing in January 2023, who will undertake research in one of the selected areas:
Position 1: Unravelling past mammal declines to improve conservation actions
Position 2: Establishing ecological processes of persistence in Andean birds
Applicants must hold a Master's degree in ecology, computational science, mathematics or conservation biology and be acceptable as candidates for a PhD degree at both the University of Adelaide and the University of Copenhagen.
Full details on the research topics, scholarships and application process can be found on the website of University of Adelaide here.