EMI
EMI

Open University - Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn International Ph.D. Program 
2020 - 2021

NEW CALL

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Ph.D. fellowships are available to carry out interdisciplinary training in Biological Sciences at the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn in Naples (Italy). Applications are invited from suitably qualified postgraduate candidates (Info & Admission).

The closing date for applications is JUNE 30th 2020 h. 12.00

1. Unveiling the evolution of sulfur-containing amino acid metabolic pathways: insight from Cnidaria
Director of Studies: Immacolata Castellano
Department of Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms
Seat: Naples, Italy

2. An Echinoderm Model to Understand the Biological Functions of the Golgi Ribbon
Director of Studies: Francesco Ferraro
Department of Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms
Seat: Naples, Italy

3. Social and ecological roles for cleanerfishes in temperate reef communities
Director of Studies: Trevor Willis
Department of Integrative Marine Ecology
Seat: Fano (PU) and Naples, Italy

4. Exposure of microalgae to heavy metals: effects of growth, bioremediation strategies and identification of new methods to identify physiological damages
Director of Studies: Angela Sardo
Department of Marine Biotechnology
Seat: Naples, Italy

5. Beyond the connectome: Contributing to the understanding on how neuromodulators shape neural circuits in the octopus
Director of Studies: Giovanna Ponte
Department of Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms
Seat: Naples, Italy

6. Investigating the impact of ocean oxygen minima expansion on demersal communities in NW Africa
Director of Studies: Priscilla Licandro
Department of Integrative Marine Ecology
Seat: Naples, Italy

7. The importance of sharks and rays to coastal ecosystem function
Director of Studies: Trevor Willis
Department of Integrative Marine Ecology
Seat: Fano (PU) and Naples, Italy

 

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