Forensic and human identification PhD studentships at the University of Dundee
The School of Science and Engineering at the University of Dundee has announced a number of potential EPSRC PhD studentships.
The studentships are available in the following forensic and human identification related topics:
• 3D visualisation and comparison of superficial and deep vein patterning for the purposes of identification
• Chemical characterisation of New Psychoactive Substances and evaluating their implications on human health and wellbeing
• Investigating the behavioural effects of novel psychoactive substances
• Investigating the inter-relationship between epidermal and dermal fingerprint ridges
• Investigation into the thermal disruption of the physical and chemical properties of bone
These scholarships are highly competitive and success will be based on the quality of the student and their application. All projects are interdisciplinary in nature and will be based within the Queen’s award-winning Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (CAHID) at the University of Dundee.
Applicants must satisfy EPSRC eligibility rules.
More information relating to these projects and the application process can be found on the University of Dundee’s website.
The closing date for applications is 25th March 2016.