There are several opportunities for postdoctoral fellowships in game theory, behavioral ecology, population genetics or related fields currently available in my group.
Candidates should have: a proven record of self-motivated research; a PhD in mathematics, computer science, physics, biology or a related area; familiarity with scientific programming.
Interested candidates are encouraged to email a statement of research interests, CV, and contact details for three references to alex DOT stewart AT ucl DOT ac DOT uk. Candidates from any background are welcome. I am firmly committed to encouraging diversity in science, and to maintaining an open and inclusive workplace.
Most graduate students enter UCL by applying to a Doctoral Training Partnership. Several such schemes are listed below. If you are interested in applying to one of these in order to work with me specifically, please get in touch via email.
The London Interdisciplinary Biosciences Consortium (LIDo) is one of the largest BBSRC funded Doctoral Training Partnerships, and covers most of the research active London Universities, including UCL. It offers ~25+ fully funded 4-year Studentships annually, across the whole range of the Life Sciences, including genetics and evolutionary biology. Students with backgrounds in mathematics, engineering and physics are encouraged to apply, as well as those with a biological background.
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Short (6-10 week) undergraduate projects can be undertaken in my group. I offer projects to UCL Biology undergraduates via courses run by the department. Undergraduates wishing to undertake a summer placement are encouraged to get in touch. I am happy to support applications for summer studentships to LIDo, the Genetics Society or similar schemes.