3-year fully-funded PhD position at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. Supervised by Dr Laura Buck and co-supervised by Dr Mark Grabowski and Professor Joel Irish.
Please note: Due to funding source, only students eligible for home fees in the UK may apply.
This PhD project investigates the morphological effects of hybridisation in non-human primates (macaques and baboons) as part of a wider collaborative project aiming to better understand hominin hybridisation. For more details, see advert: https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/the-nature-and-importance-of-patterns-of-skeletal-morphology-in-non-human-primate-hybrids/?p165044.
A good Masters degree (or equivalent) in Biological Anthropology or a related subject is required; experience of geometric morphometric methods, skeletal morphology, digital data, and multivariate analyses would be advantageous.
Deadline: 12pm 4th December, 2023. Start date: February 2024.
For more information, email the lead supervisor on [email protected].
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