2 PhD positions on the “Relevance of parasites and vectors in freshwater ecosystems”

The Leibniz-Institute for Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) in Berlin, Germany, offers 2 PhD positions on the “Relevance of parasites and vectors in freshwater ecosystems”.

Depending on their interests and skills, the candidates and the supervisors will choose one out of four topics:

  1. Impact of coevolution on susceptibility and resistance to the swim bladder nematode Anguillicola crassus in eels (supervisors: K. Knopf, M. T. Monaghan).
  2. Zoonotic risk of endemic fish-borne trematodes (supervisor: K. Knopf).
  3. Impact of parasites on top-down control of periphyton and regime shifts in lakes (supervisors: K. Knopf, S. Hilt).
  4. Ecology and evolution of mosquitoes in urban, agricultural, and natural environments (supervisor: M. T. Monaghan).

Application deadline: 11th February 2014

Please see also: http://www.igb-berlin.de/stellenangebote-details/items/373.html

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