One postdoc position (1 year, elongation possible) ~

20 de junio de 2005

One postdoc position (1 year, elongation possible)

In the Conservation Biology Group, Department of Ecology and
Evolution, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

Start: Sept 2005 or later
Salary: according to the guidelines of the Swiss National Science Foundation

We study the selective forces that currently act on fish and mammal
populations, i.e. the effects of human activities in interaction with
natural and sexual selection. We are also exploring the link between
cooperation theory and conservation issues. We aim at predicting the
consequences of different management options for the long-term
survival of populations.

We are seeking candidates with a strong interest in conservation
genetics, life-history, evolution, and/or game theory.

Please send your application by email (all material in one attached
file) to Prof. Claus Wedekind ( Include
your Curriculum vitae, a short description of your research interests
and research experience, and names and email addresses of one or two
references who could be contacted. Please do not send any letter post
(we are not yet in Lausanne). Review of applications will begin July
20, 2005. Applications will be accepted until the positions are
filled. See for further information.

Claus Wedekind
Hrdy Visiting Professor for Conservation Biology
Harvard University
One Brattle Square, 6th Floor
Cambridge MA 02138; USA
phone: 617-496-5543; fax: 617-496-4629

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