University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
The research group of Heather Kharouba invites applicants for a PhD position with a start date of September 2024. The successful applicant will develop their own project that fits into one of the group's ongoing themes investigating plant-insect responses to global change.
Ongoing research focuses on understanding and predicting species' phenological- and range shifts to global change, and the consequences for ecological communities. To do so, we use lab and field experiments, natural history collections, and quantitative synthesis. More detail can be found at: kharoubalab.weebly.com.
The student will join an engaged lab and department, with access to many additional training and networking activities via current partnerships with the Federal Government and the Ottawa-Carleton Institute of Biology.
I welcome candidates who are enthusiastic about ecology and who would like to have a broader impact with their research.
To inquire, please send an email to: [email protected] describing why you are interested in the position and what makes you a good candidate. Suitable candidates will be asked to provide a full application.Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.