Candidate for PhD grant on zooplankton associated microbiome

Publication Date: 1 July 2020

Deadline: 31 October 2020

The Global Change and Genomic Biogeochemistry and Environmental Toxicology groups offer a hosting offer for a PhD positionThe project will be focused on studying the effects of pollutants on marine environmental DNA (eDNA) and copepod-associated microbiome composition in the ocean.

Applicants must hold a master degree on science (or equivalent). A background in molecular and cell biology, systems biology and bioinformatics will be considered.

The selected student will present his/her application for competitive PhD calls, such as AGAUR-FI or FPU.

Application deadline: 31 October 2020

Contact person: Maria Vila-Costa ( or Carlos Barata (

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