The Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowships are intended to build research and innovation capability and excellence and create impact in strategic priority research strengths at Deakin University.
The Fellowships support and develop early career researchers identified as potential rising stars, aiming to enhance the capacity and capability in key research areas and build the next generation of high achieving and internationally competitive researchers.
Applications open – Monday 4 July 2022
Applications close – 11.55pm on Wednesday 31 August 2022 (AEST)
Outcomes advised – End of November 2022
For more details on how to apply visit the Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowships webpage.
The CIE’s integrative approach brings a great breadth of expertise together to solve complex fundamental and applied problems in ecology, evolution and sustainability. Our researchers include behavioural ecologists, physiologists, wildlife and evolutionary biologists, geneticists, environmental scientists, and experts in economics, sustainability, bioinformatics and biodiversity conservation, working across terrestrial, marine and freshwater environments.
See below for a sample of CIE’s great research:
- Martin LB; Addison B; Bean AGD; Buchanan KL; Crino OL; Eastwood JR; Flies AS; Hamede R; Hill GE; Klaassen M et al., Extreme competence: keystone hosts of infections, Trends in ecology & evolution
- Doherty TS; Bland LM; Bryan BA; Neale T; Nicholson E; Ritchie EG; Driscoll DA, Expanding the role of targets in conservation policy, Trends in ecology and evolution
- Bryan BA; Gao L; Ye Y; Sun X; Connor JD; Crossman ND; Stafford-Smith M; Wu J; He C; Yu D et al., China’s response to a national land-system sustainability emergency, Nature: international journal of science, Nature Publishing Group
- Driscoll DA; Bland LM; Bryan BA; Newsome TM; Nicholson E; Ritchie EG; Doherty TS, A biodiversity-crisis hierarchy to evaluate and refine conservation indicators, Nature ecology and evolution
- Dawson EH; Bailly TPM; Dos Santos J; Moreno C; Devilliers M; Maroni B; Sueur C; Casali A; Ujvari B; Thomas F et al., Social environment mediates cancer progression in Drosophila, Nature communications
- Nicholson E; Fulton EA; Brooks TM; Blanchard R; Leadley P; Metzger JP; Mokany K; Stevenson S; Wintle BA; Woolley SNC et al., Scenarios and models to support global conservation targets, Trends in ecology & evolution
- Yue H; He C; Huang Q; Yin D; Bryan BA, Stronger policy required to substantially reduce deaths from PM2.5 pollution in China, Nature communications
- Geary WL; Bode M; Doherty TS; Fulton EA; Nimmo DG; Tulloch AIT; Tulloch VJD; Ritchie EG, A guide to ecosystem models and their environmental applications, Nature Ecology & Evolution
- Doherty TS; Hays GC; Driscoll DA, Human disturbance causes widespread disruption of animal movement, Nature Ecology and Evolution
- Driscoll DA; Armenteras D; Bennett AF; Brotons L; Clarke MF; Doherty TS; Haslem A; Kelly LT; Sato CF; Sitters H et al., How fire interacts with habitat loss and fragmentation, Biological Reviews
- Mariette MM; Clayton DF; Buchanan KL, Acoustic developmental programming: a mechanistic and evolutionary framework, Trends in Ecology and Evolution
- He C; Liu Z; Wu J; Pan X; Fang Z; Li J; Bryan BA, Future global urban water scarcity and potential solutions, Nature Communications
- Nicholson E; Watermeyer KE; Rowland JA; Sato CF; Stevenson SL; Andrade A; Brooks TM; Burgess ND; Cheng ST; Grantham HS et al., Scientific foundations for an ecosystem goal, milestones and indicators for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, Nature Ecology and Evolution
- Ryding S; Klaassen M; Tattersall GJ; Gardner JL; Symonds MRE, Shape-shifting: changing animal morphologies as a response to climatic warming, Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Please help CIE and circulate amongst your networks and encourage suitable people to apply.