[Annelida] PhD position in orbiniid systematics - University
Museum of Bergen
Ole Gorm Norden Andersen
(by luscus from mail.dk)
Mon Jan 14 11:49:02 EST 2019
I congratulate the person who gets the position. Please keep me posted at my work mail oa from bios.au.dk at Aarhus University, where I work on Arctic benthic fauna including and especially polychaeta - although 74 years old and retired.
Ole Gorm Norden Andersen, marine biologist at oa from bios.au.dk
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e-mail: luscus from mail.dk
From: annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu [mailto:annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu] On Behalf Of Nataliya Budaeva
Sent: 14. januar 2019 17:11
To: annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu; Nataliya.Budaeva from uib.no
Subject: [Annelida] PhD position in orbiniid systematics - University Museum of Bergen
I would like to announce the PhD position at the Department of Natural
History, University Museum of Bergen, (University of Bergen, Norway) on the
systematics and phylogeny of Orbiniidae. This project is for 4 years, fully
funded by the University, of which 3 years are for research and 1 year is
the duty work (mostly teaching and curating of the collections).
The project will be done in collaboration with Anna Zhadan, Christoph
Bleidorn and James Blake and will have both morphological and molecular
components. Ideally we are looking for a zoologist with an experience in
molecular methods (preferably with some bioinformatic skills). Ability to
travel abroad is mandatory.
I would greatly appreciate if you could circulate this announcement!
All the details can be found here:
I would be happy to answer any questions regarding the position.
Application deadline: February 18th 2019
Nataliya Budaeva, Associate Professor
Department of Natural History
Section of Taxonomy and Evolution
University Museum of Bergen
University of Bergen
PB7800 5020 Bergen
E-mail: nataliya.budaeva from uib.no
Coordinator of ForBio - Research School in Biosystematics
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