Postdoctoral Researcher and Project Co-ordinator Posts


Deadline: 31 January 2018

We are recruiting two researchers for  a project investigating the food-web consequences of controlling the mosquito vectors of malaria. The posts are full time and fixed term for 4 years. Fieldwork in Ghana will seek to understand the ecology of these mosquitoes and use modern molecular techniques to analyse their position in local ecological food webs. The project will be led by Professor Charles Godfray [Oxford] assisted by Dr Fred Aboagye-Antwi (Accra), Professor Owen Lewis (Oxford) and Professor Frédéric Tripet (Keele).

(1) Postdoctoral Researcher and Project Coordinator (Grade 8: £39,992 – £47,722 p.a.)

(2) Postdoctoral Research Assistant (Grade 7: £31,604 p.a.)

For further information or to apply, please see the University of Oxford’s recruitment website (www.recruit.ox.ac.uk) or follow the links below to the relevant post.

https://tinyurl.com/y72ncj8x (Postdoctoral Researcher and Project Co-ordinator)

https://tinyurl.com/yatsjxb6 (Postdoctoral Research Assistant)


PhD applicants


Sofia Gripenberg, Owen Lewis, Becky Morris* and Eleanor Slade are all able to supervise PhD students (in Oxford, the qualification is known as a ‘DPhil’). Our current students are funded through the Environmental Research Doctoral Training Partnership (previously NERC studentships), prestigious independent studentships (e.g. the Christopher Welch Scholarship) and, for overseas students, scholarships funded by their home countries (see the Department of Zoology website). Applications for the Environmental Research DTP are due in January (see here for details on how to apply). If you’re interested in studying for a DPhil please contact us well in advance of the university deadlines, preferably attaching a CV, research interests and your ideas about your preferred research topics.

*Since Becky Morris has moved she will now recruit PhD students through the University of Southampton – please contact her for details.


Postdoctoral Researchers and Fellowships


We encourage motivated postdoctoral researchers to contact us. If you wish to apply for an independent research fellowship in topics related to research within the group we may be able to support and assist with your application – please see the Department of Zoology website for more details and contact us if you are interested in this possibility.