Seeking PhD students for moulting project

We are seeking three PhD students for an interdisciplinary project examining the evolution of arthropod moulting, by integrating paleontological, morphological, molecular and genomic data. Two posts are available at the Department of Ecology and Evolution (DEE) and one at the Institute of Earth Sciences, all for a maximum of 4 years. These positions are part of a Sinergia project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, which is a collaboration between Prof. Allison Daley of ANOM Lab, Prof. Marc Robinson-Rechavi (DEE), Prof. Robert Waterhouse (DEE) and Prof. Ariel Chipman (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Find more information about how to submit your application here: