Marine Institute

Cullen Fellowship 2018

The Marine Institute is pleased to announce a call for proposals from academic institutions to host four PhD Fellows to carry out research in the areas of Marine Environment and Food Safety Services (MEFSS) and one Masters Fellow in Policy Innovation and Research Support Services (PIRS). The Cullen Fellows will be based at the Marine Institute's Headquarters in Oranmore, Galway.  Proposals are invited from suitable Research Supervisors at Higher Education Institutions on the island of Ireland with the necessary competence to host/co-supervise the PhD/Masters Fellows in collaboration with the named Marine Institute Supervisors.

Full details on the Programme Terms & Conditions and application procedure are available in the Cullen Fellowship - Programme Terms. All applications must be submitted through the Marine Institute's online grant management system (RIMS). Details on registration and links to the system are available in the Programme Terms.  Further details on the individual research topics are available in the following specification documents:

Cullen Fellowship: Next generation sequencing to determine the occurrence of Norovirus Genotypes

Cullen Fellowship: Vulnerability of life stages of marine calcifiers to changes in ocean chemistry

Cullen Fellowship: Culture optimisation, and bioactivity of selected toxic Irish microalgae

Cullen Fellowship: Evaluate the disease status of velvet crab, brown crab, lobster & shrimp

Cullen Fellowship: A regional and rural analysis of Ireland’s Ocean and Coastal Economies

Call close date 16:00 on Thursday 26th April 2018. Please email the Research Office for further information.

Expiration Date: 
Thursday, 26 April, 2018