1) The Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean at the University of Washington has a position for a Research Scientist Engineer 4 working on marine fish and invertebrate environmental DNA genetics/genomics/bioinformatics in the new G3 (Genetics and Genomics Group) at NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory. Please see job link for more details.
2) Two postdoctoral positions available to start by Fall of 2017 in the laboratory of Drs. Richard Connon and Nann Fangue. The foci include using transcriptomic tools and eDNA isolation/analysis to study Chinook salmon thermal stress and disease resistance and to evaluate the impact of pyrethroid pesticide exposures on egg-embryo development resulting via parental and early life stage aqueous exposures. Please see the flier for more details.
3) MS or PhD graduate assistant position available in the Saillant Laboratory to work on population genetics/genomics of reef fishes exploited in the Gulf of Mexico region. Position to start Fall of 2017. Email Eric Saillant at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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