Study with a large, diverse, internationally active research group seeking solutions to the pressing issues surrounding sustainability, ethical resource use and biodiversity loss.
The Animal and Environmental Research Group (AERG) is an interdisciplinary group of scientists that works with organisations worldwide in conservation and wildlife management policy, and in the animal-based leisure and food sectors.
We can accommodate a wide range of research proposals, including interdisciplinary, at doctoral level. Here’s a brief overview of our main research interests and activities:
- Animal behaviour and welfare
- Palaeoclimate research
- Ecosystem restoration
As well as contribution original research, we’ve developed statistical, genetic and chemical analytical techniques and geographic information system (GIS) expertise that’s shaping the way the field of zoology works.
We’ve exciting research projects in progress and can offer you inspiring and supportive surroundings in which to pursue your programme. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your proposal.
If you've already conducted research and published work that demonstrates an independent and original contribution to knowledge in this field of you may wish to apply for a PhD by Published Work.