PhD in marine molecular population genetics and ecology (USA) ~

9 de julio de 2014

PhD in marine molecular population genetics and ecology (USA)

Location:  A new, collaborative, state-of-the-art facility established for
molecular-genetic studies of marine organisms, located at the Harte Research
Institute at Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas

Research Focus:  Research will involve development and assay of
nuclear-encoded, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), microsatellites,
and/or mitochondrial DNA sequences for projects involving population
genetics and molecular ecology of marine fishes, including sharks.

Qualifications:  Master’s degree in marine science or related field and/or
B.S. in appropriate discipline required with documented work in the field of
molecular population genetics and/or molecular ecology.  Applicants should
be ambitious, self-motivated, and able to work collaboratively with other
lab members.

Salary:  Salary range is $1,500 -$2, 000/month, with an increase to
$2,200.00/month upon completion of comprehensive exams.

Closing date:  Position is available Spring 2015.

Contact:  Send curriculum vitae, description of research
experience/interests, unofficial transcripts, GRE scores, and names,
addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail address of three references to Dr.
David S. Portnoy and Dr. John R. Gold at and respectively.  International applicants will be
considered if they hold the correct visa(s).  Candidates must meet minimum
requirement of the Marine Biology Ph.D. Program at Texas A&M
University-Corpus Christi (

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action/Equal Access Employers.

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