Postdoc position - Antarctica

Tad Day tadday at asu.edu
Tue Jun 23 16:30:37 EST 1998


DATE: 23 June 1998

FROM: Thomas A. Day, Arizona State University

SUBJECT: POSITION OPENING

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE OPENING 

A postdoctoral position is available immediately to study the influence of
UV and warming on Antarctic vascular plants. Incumbent must be available on
or before August 1, 1998. Requires a Ph.D. in plant biology, physiology,
ecology or related field with a strong background in whole-plant physiology
or physiological ecology. Expertise in leaf gas-exchange, DNA-damage,
chlorophyll fluorescence, micrometeorology, and/or photobiology useful. The
successful candidate will be a member of a team working at a remote field
site in Antarctica for 5 months and must pass an in-depth medical/dental
exam. Ability to formulate experimental approaches, analyze results and
communicate findings in peer-reviewed manuscripts is essential. Position is
available for one year with the possibility of renewal. Please send CV and
names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of three references to
Thomas A. Day, Department of Plant Biology, Arizona State University, Tempe,
AZ  via email (tadday at asu.edu) or FAX (602-965-6899). AA/EOE




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