The Leverhulme Centre for Anthropocene Biodiversity is home to world-leading interdisciplinary research on the complexities of biodiversity change in the Anthropocene.
The team is wide ranging and continuously growing, bringing in expertise and insights from across different disciplines and subject areas to advance research in the most exciting emerging fields.
To bring this Centre to life, we will recruit a number of roles - both academic and professional support.
We are recruiting postdoctoral researchers across the Sciences, Social Sciences and Arts and Humanities. During 2019/20, up to ten researchers will be appointed, with further positions becoming available in the following years.
We welcome interest from current or potential Independent Research Fellows in any area of Anthropocene research. Find out what fellowship funding opportunities are available.
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- The development of Anthropocene biodiversity
(Biology & Archaeology)
- The biodiversity of novel croplands
(Environment and Geography, Biology & Politics)
- Humanity's love and hatred of naturalised species
(History, Sociology & Biology)
- Gardening as a force in ecological history
- Evolutionary acceleration in the Anthropocene
The Centre will host 24 PhD students at the University over a period of 10 years to work on projects relevant to our research objectives, in most instances with co-supervisors from two or more disciplines.
All doctoral students will receive training and interaction opportunities with other researchers across our partner institutions. Students will split their time between the Centre hub and their primary supervisor's department to facilitate interdisciplinary and within-discipline training.
We also welcome exciting ideas for future research from self-funded PhD applicants.