Postdoctoral Researcher in Boston ~

29 de marzo de 2011

Postdoctoral Researcher in Boston

Professional Staff one year Trust funded Benefitted appointment
Start date: August 2011

The Department of Biology seeks applicants interested in obtaining
postdoctoral research experience in evolutionary ecology of lizards
and/or computational methods in evolutionary biology (particularly
phylogenetic methods). The candidate will assist the lab PI (Revell) in
new and ongoing research projects in the lab. Depending on his or her
prior experience and interests, the researcher may also be asked to help
organize and participate in field research expeditions and/or assist in
running and maintaining the lab. Duties will depend on the researcher's
interests and prior experience and may include programming in R or C
languages; conducting and supervising basic molecular and morphological
lab work; organizing and leading field expeditions to tropical locales;
handling and working with live animals (lizards). Applicants must hold
a Ph.D degree or must expect to earn one before August 2011. A detailed
description of Dr. Revell’s research is available on his lab webpage:
Interested individuals should send a cover letter, a curriculum vitae,
and a two letters of recommendation, along with a maximum two page
statement of research experience and interest. The material can be
submitted electronically to the (preferably as a
single PDF file) or by mail Dr. Liam Revell, Biology Department,
University of Massachusetts Boston, 100 Morrissey Blvd, Boston MA 02125.

UMass Boston is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Title IX employee.

Liam J. Revell
University of Massachusetts Boston

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