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I am currently advertising a PhD position for Oct 2018 entry:

Sexual detection: mechanisms underlying adaptive reproductive plasticity.
This PhD project offers a unique training opportunity to understand how individuals respond to their social and sexual environment. The student will gain research skills in cutting-edge genetic, genomic manipulations, bioinformatics and cellular microscopy. They will train within the thriving Norwich Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership and through our collaboration with Professor Clive Wilson at the University of Oxford.

For further details, including on how to apply, please see:


Please also feel free to email me to discuss alternative projects and funding.

I am always happy to discuss possibilities for postdoctoral work and collaborations.

Possible funding routes include fellowship applications, e.g. EU Marie Curie fellowships, with me acting as sponsor, or via grant applications.