Still time to apply to four of our PhD positions at the interface between the science and the policy of international biodiversity conservation! Deadline 23 April 2018 at 12:00 (mid-day, Brussels time):
Project 1 – Advancing quantitative analyses for IUCN Red List assessments of species’ risk of extinction. Full details.
Project 2 – How will halting biodiversity loss affect the achievement of other Sustainable Development Goals? Full details.
Project 4 – Projected effect of global change on species’ change in extinction risk. Full details.
Project 13 – Where will further Key Biodiversity Areas be identified? A modelling approach to focus efforts. Full details.
Positions are open to early-stage researchers (< 4 years research experience) undertaking trans-national mobility: see eligibility details in this page. Applicants can apply to all positions they are eligible for. All of these positions are based at Sapienza Università di Roma (Rome, Italy). Applications must be sent directly to Sapienza (see “Submitting your application” here).
We are no longer accepting applications to any of the other positions.[posted: 17 April 2018]