Dr. Liam Watson and Dr. Kathryn Elmer have been awarded a prestigious Lord Kelvin - Adam Smith Studentship opportunity for their interdisciplinary, cross-College project "Convergence, connectivity, and continuity: Topological perspectives for mining novel biological information from ‘omics data".
The PhD position is open for applicants of any nationality and includes a full stipend and fees (home or international) for up to 4 year, plus a generous consumables budget. The position will start autumn 2015.
The project is based in Maths & Stats and competitive applicants will be those budding young topologists with a keen interest in experimental approaches in the life and biodiversity sciences.
Applications will be handled through the University of Glasgow. Further details and the advertisement are available through the Grad School. Deadline for applications: 14 January 2015
NOTE THE DEADLINE HAS ADVANCED.