Postdoc sobre adaptaciones de arrecifes de coral al cambio climático (Singapur) ~

28 de noviembre de 2016

Postdoc sobre adaptaciones de arrecifes de coral al cambio climático (Singapur)

We are seeking to appoint an exceptional candidate to the position of Postdoctoral Research Fellow to work on a unique new project "Adaptation and resilience of coral reefs to environmental change in Singapore" hosted at the National University of Singapore, and funded by Singapore's National
Research Foundation. This is a 4.5-year interdisciplinary research project comprising multiple themes represented by teams with extensive expertise in coral biology, experimental ecology, palaeontology, geochemistry and microbiology.
The Research Fellow will lead the sub-project to investigate the
evolutionary, ecological and population genetic history of corals in
Singapore. Candidate with a PhD degree and prior research experience in
marine field research and molecular biology using next-generation sequencing
tools (e.g. DNA hybridisation capture, RNA-seq, RAD-seq) is required. Rescue
SCUBA diver preferred.
This is a full-time position over two years, with possible extension.
Remuneration will be commensurate with the candidates' qualifications and
experience. Please address enquiries to [1]
Best regards,
Mei Lin
On behalf of the Reef Ecology Laboratory
NEO Mei Lin (Dr) :: Research Fellow :: St John's Island National Marine
Laboratory, c/o Tropical Marine Science Institute (TMSI) :: National
University of Singapore :: 18 Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 119227 ::
65-98233301 (DID) :: 65-98223849 (Lab) :: 65-97146451 (Fax) :: (E) :: (W) :: Company Registration No:

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