Counting sheep and other amazing creatures

8 December, 2016 | in Press Releases
By: Sarah Jones

The University of Glasgow is offering a fully-funded 4 year PhD studentship on managing data related to animal disease outbreaks. This is supported by the Lord Kelvin Adam Smith (LKAS) programme and is suited to those with an interest in digital preservation, data management and epidemiology.

The PhD researcher will work under the lead supervision of Dr. Yunhyong Kim in HATII, with direction from EPIC (Epidemiology, Population health and Infectious disease Control) researchers at the School of Veterinary Medicine (Dr. L Boden) and SRUC (Dr. Aaron Reeves).

Full details of the opportunity are available on the University of Glasgow website. In the first instance prospective applicants should contact Dr Yunhyong Kim to discuss eligibility. If invited to submit, the full proposal will be due 13 January 2017.

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