Biology at Uppsala University is one of the world's leading research and science institutions, attracting researchers and students from all around the world. The research at Biology is an essential part of the postgraduate education and the courses given. Postgraduate education is given by all three research departments within the Biology Section.
There is also a Biology PhD School, where you can read more about PhD-studies.
All information you can need about application, funding, degree, and more, can be found at the faculty web pages.
You can also find information at studera.nu, published by the Swedish Council for Higher Education.
Coordinators of postgraduate education
Department of Cell and Molecular Biology
Department of Ecology and Genetics
Department of Organismal Biology
Research education committees
Cell and molecular biologi
Sandra Kleinau, Study director for PhD education
Ecology and genetics
Anssi Laurila (Animal Ecology, chair)
Peter Eklöv (Limnology)
Sophie Karrenberg (Plant Ecology and Evolution)
Robert Ekblom (Evolutionary Biology)
Karl Grieshop (Animal Ecology, student representative)
Jovana Kokic (Limnology, student representative)