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N. 6 Ph.D. fellowships are available to carry out interdisciplinary training in Biological Sciences
at the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn in Naples (Italy).

Applications are invited from suitably qualified postgraduate candidates.

The closing date for applications is June 21st, 2024 h. 12.00 

Communication on the interviews

Please read carefully the information files below

In the Application Form you can choose among the following projects (you can indicate your 1st and 2nd choice):

1. PLASTIcity of seagrass Clones against AGEing (PLASTIC-AGE)

Director of Studies: Gabriele Procaccini

Integrative Marine Ecology Department

Seat: Naples

2. Reconstruction of Nitric Oxide Signaling networks during the embryonic development of Amphioxus (NOSA)

Director of Studies: Salvatore D'Aniello

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat: Naples

3. The molecular mediators of the ribbon-like Golgi architecture in animal cells

Director of Studies: Francesco Ferraro

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat: Naples

4. Identification of refugia from climate warming in the eastern Mediterranean Sea

Director of Studies: Paolo Giulio Albano

Marine Animal Conservation and Public Engagement Department

Seat: Naples, Darwin Dohrn Museum

5. From Regulatory Networks to Embryonic Architecture: a Computational Perspective into the Genomic Syntax of Developmental Programs

Director of Studies: Lorena Buono

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat: Naples

6. The evolution of range shifts: understanding and predicting species’ responses to changing environments

Director of Studies: Francesca Raffini

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat: Naples

7. NeuroMITilus Unraveling the role of mitochondria in coping with hypoxia/reoxygenation stress in Mytilus nervous system

Director of Studies: Serena Mirra

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat: Naples

8. Roles of Retinoic Acid in Cardiomyocytes Specification during Ciona Embryogenesis

Director of Studies: Enrico D'Aniello

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat: Naples

9. DANCE- Diapause in copepod eggs: a multi-disciplinary approach

Director of Studies: Vittoria Roncalli

Integrative Marine Ecology Department

Seat: Naples

10. BlueDiversa: Marine biodiversity and ecosystem function of benthic habitats in a changing ocean using novel underwater imaging approaches

Director of Studies: Nuria Teixido

Integrative Marine Ecology Department

Seat: Ischia Marine Centre (Ischia, NA)

11. Chemosensory perception in copepods: behavioral, physiological and molecular responses to biotic stimuli

Director of Studies: Ylenia Carotenuto

Integrative Marine Ecology Department

Seat: Naples

12. The Role of Sharks and Rays in the Mediterranean Deep-Sea Food Web

Director of Studies: Francesco Colloca

Integrative Marine Ecology Department

Seat: Rome

13. The good and the bad side of microalgae: biosorbents and vehicles of copper in polluted marine environments

Director of Studies: Angela Sardo

Ecosustainable Marine Biotechnology Department

Seat: Naples Molosiglio

14. Study of the resilience of Mytilus galloprovincialis to microplastics pollution and its link with genetic

variability

Director of Studies: Annamaria Locascio

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat: Naples

15. BioSurfactants from underexplOred sources and potential For heavy metal bIoremediAtion (SOFIA)

Director of Studies: Carmen Rizzo

Ecosustainable Marine Biotechnology Department

Seat: Sicily Marine Centre (Messina)

16. Unraveling the reproductive plasticity of scyphozoan polyps in response to diverse environmental conditions

Director of Studies: Isabella D'Ambra

Integrative Marine Ecology Department

Seat: Naples

17. EPIgenetic regulation of bioactive Compound production from microalgae (EPIC)

Director of Studies: Chiara Lauritano

Ecosustainable Marine Biotechnology Department

Seat: Naples Molosiglio

18. How animals sense (and are related to) the microbial world: the impact of microorganisms on gut environment maturation of the protochordate Ciona robusta

Director of Studies: Assunta Liberti

Biology and Evolution of Marine Organisms Department

Seat:  Naples

Please download the files below

Interviews of selected candidates will be held in videoconference on July 15th and 16th, 2024

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 Published on May 20th, 2024

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