PhD in ecology of sponges on Caribbean reefs (USA/Belize) ~

11 de enero de 2016

PhD in ecology of sponges on Caribbean reefs (USA/Belize)

There is an opening for at least one graduate student in the Pawlik lab at UNCW for Fall 2016 to work on an NSF project recently recommended for funding in collaboration with Drs. Chris Finelli, Patrick Erwin, and Steve McMurray.

Students MUST begin at the MS level with the possibility of advancement to the PhD based on performance.

Diving experience is required; field research will be performed in the Florida Keys and Belize.

Students should be available to start in May 2016 to begin research in advance of the academic program starting in August.

Additional information can be found at the website links below.

Important note: Interested candidates MUST apply to the UNCW graduate school, Marine Biology-MS program, indicate specific interest in the Pawlik lab, and confirm that their files are complete by 15 February 2016. The program site link is here:

Competitive candidates will be contacted in early March.
Many thanks,

Joseph R. Pawlik, Professor,
Dept. of Biology and Marine Biology
UNCW Center for Marine Science
5600 Marvin K Moss Lane
Wilmington, NC 28409
Office:(910)962-2377; Cell:(910)232-3579
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