No funded opportunities to work in my group are currently available.

If no funded opportunities are currently available, I am always happy to discuss options with prospective postdocs or PhD students who are willing and able to apply for their own or collaborative funding.

Previous opportunities

We are currently looking for a Research Associate as part of our parental care research cluster (in collaboration with Dr Isabella Capellini and Dr James Gilbert). The project involves phylogenetic comparative analysis of parental care and complements the two studentships recently advertised (see below), to start on 25 September 2017. More information is available here (closing date: 27 April 2017).

We are currently advertising two PhD studentships on the theme of parental care, in collaboration with Dr Isabella Capellini and Dr James Gilbert, funded by the University of Hull.
PhD: Laterality and parental care in fish (closing date: 13 March 2017)
PhD: Evolution of parents feeding offspring (closing date: 13 March 2017)

The Bioscience Education group are also looking for a Researcher/ Quantitative Data Analyst to work with us on a project looking at how we can use data about student engagement and demographics to predict their success and compare different learning opportunities. It’s a 0.6FTE post for 14 months. (closing date: 9 February 2017)

Fully-funded PhD studentship on maximising the value of fieldwork for student employability (closing date 29 July 2016)

Part-funded MSc: Bird behaviour at bird feeders: implications for feeder design (closing date 11 August 2014)

PhD studentship in behavioural ecology of plant-insect-parasitoid interactions (closing date 20 January 2014)