Our group is located in the Cavanilles Institute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology of the University of Valencia (Spain). Founded in 2000, the Cavanilles Institute has already become a leading institution in evolutionary biology and ecology in southern Europe. The institute offers a friendly environment with strong research groups in population genetics, evolutionary ecology and ethology, to cite but a few. Valencia is a fantastic city to live in, offering a vibrant and culturally alluring experience, unbeatable weather, beautiful beaches and incredible food (the true home of the paella)! Enquiries to join our lab are more than welcome all year round, just drop us an email ( email@example.com). Specific pre/post-doc posts linked to existing projects will be announced whenever available.
Pre-doc– We offer a fully funded 4-year PhD fellowship to work on the evolutionary factors modulating male-male competition and sexual conflict, using D. melanogaster as a study system (starting September 2018 to January 2019). Find more information here. For applications & expressions of interest email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Post doc opportunities
The are two national fellowships schemes available (depending on whether candidates have previous post-doctoral experience or not) and the Marie Sklodowska Curie actions, which offer substantial funding.
General Pre doc opportunities
Students interested in conducting a PhD in our lab may apply for two different pre-doc fellowships: the national FPU fellowship scheme and the University of Valencia’s own PhD fellowship scheme “Atracció de talent”.
Masters & undergraduates
We welcome both master’s students and undergraduate student interested in conducting their research project at our lab. There are no fellowships available for MSc students at the moment, but there is a national scheme for undergraduate scholarships and the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour also offers several undergraduate project scholarships each year to European students.