Polychaete post

Gordon Paterson gljp at nhm.ac.uk
Thu Jun 20 14:57:51 EST 2002

Dear Anneliders,

The Museum is advertising for the following post (an offical advert will also 
appear in Nature).  

Research in Polychaete Systematics and Biodiversity
£24,000 – £30,000 p.a.
(depending on experience)

A tenure-track post is available to study polychaete systematics and 
biodiversity in a team headed by Dr Gordon Paterson. The Department holds 
extensive, under-worked polychaete collections. It is envisaged that the work 
will complement a wider programme of research by Dr Paterson 
(polychaetes) and Dr Lambshead (nematodes) into patterns of diversity in 
benthic marine systems, including the deep sea. You will also be expected to 
provide significant support for the Museum ’s marine environmental 
consultancy work in which polychaete taxonomy is much in demand,seek 
additional external research funds to develop your research, and to 
communicate your research to a wider audience as part of the Museum ’s 
public access initiatives.   

For further details of the research activities of this post please contact Dr 
Gordon Paterson by email:gljp at nhm.ac.uk  

For further information and details of how to apply for either post,please send 
an A5 SAE (1st class)to The Natural History Museum c/o Kingsway 
Advertising, The Clove Building,4 Maguire Street,Butlers Wharf,London SE1 
2NQ or email:NHM at kads.co.uk Please quote the appropriate reference 

Closing date for posts: 12 July 2002. To confirm receipt of your application 
call the Museum response line on +44 (0)20 7410 8458 between 11am to 
2pm Monday to Friday only. No telephone requests for details will be 
accepted. The Natural History Museum is working towards equal 

Dr Gordon L J Paterson
Polychaete Research Group
Dept of Zoology
The Natural History Museum
London SW7 5BD, UK

Tel:  +44 (0)20 7942 5678
Fax:  +44 (0)20 7942 5433
e-mail:G.Paterson at nhm.ac.uk

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