The Functional Morphology Lab studies the evolution of complex animal traits. In this particular project, we aim to understand how and why behavioural characteristics and cognitive capacities of lizards differ between island and mainland environments.
- You prepare a doctoral thesis in the field of Biology.
- You publish scientific articles related to the research project of the assignment.
- You contribute to teaching and research in Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, Laboratory for Functional Morphology.
Profile and requirements
- You hold a master degree in Biology.
- You can submit outstanding academic results.
- Students in the final year of their degree can also apply.
- Foreign candidates are encouraged to apply.
- Your academic qualities comply with the requirements stipulated in the university’s policy.
- You are quality-oriented, conscientious, creative and cooperative.
- You have a strong background and interest in ecology and evolutionary biology.
- You are acquainted with techniques for quantifying and analysing animal behaviour and morphology.
- You are willing to carry out fieldwork abroad.
Deadline for application is August 11th 2019
- Applications may only be submitted online, and should include a copy of your CV and a cover letter.
- A pre-selection will be made from amongst the submitted applications. The remainder of the selection procedure is specific to the position and will be determined by the selection panel.
- The interviews of the candidates, preselected by a selection panel, will take place between August 20th and September 12th 2019.
- More information about the online application form can be obtained from firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For questions about the profile and the description of duties, please contact Prof. Raoul Van Damme, email@example.com, ++032 3 265 22 81.
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