Submitted: 6 December 2023
Department: School of Biological and Environmental Sciences
Institution: Liverpool John Moores University
Job type: Other
Apply by: 3 January 2024
Application email: [email protected]

The deadline for this previously-advertised position is being extended to 3rd Jan 2024.

I am advertising a fully-funded PhD studentship (3 years). The project is looking into the morphological effects of hybridisation in non-human primates (macaques and baboons) as part of a wider collaboration aiming to better understand hominin hybridisation. Mark Grabowski and Carlo Meloro (also at LJMU) are co-supervisors.

Full advert:

Please note: Sadly the funding available means that the successful student must be eligible for home fees in the UK. The deadline is 3rd Jan 2024 and the student needs to be able to start in February. I’m very happy to answer any queries ([email protected]).

Copyright © 2024 American Association of Biological Anthropologists.
Site programming and administration: Ed Hagen, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University