University teaching & research

Clyde River Foundation - university teaching & research (Signal crayfish research)

The CRF co-supervised Dr Zara Gladman’s PhD on the impacts of American signal crayfish in Scotland

The Clyde River Foundation’s office is hosted by the University of Glasgow in the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine and is part of the University of Glasgow Fish Biology Group. As part of this partnership arrangement, we assist in the delivery of undergraduate teaching and offer a number of undergraduate and postgraduate student projects annually, on any aspect of freshwater biology and/or fisheries science relevant to our work on the Clyde. The CRF supported and co-supervised a PhD on crayfish in Scotland and has previously researched potential crayfish control methods with Stirling University scientists.


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