Molecular ecology postdoctoral position

Jonathan B. Geller gellerj at UNCWIL.EDU
Wed Feb 21 12:21:30 EST 1996


JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Postdoctoral Position in Molecular Ecology

Microsatellite Variation in Vermillion Snapper in the South Atlantic Bight

A two year postdoctoral position is available at the University of North
Carolina at Wilmington, beginning immediately. The successful candidate
will isolate microsatellite loci from the Vermillion snapper (Rhomboplites
aurorubens), a commercially important fish on the southeastern coast of the
U.S., and quantify allelic variation in these loci in populations from the
Gulf of Mexico to North Carolina. The successful candidate will also have
the opportunity to develop an independent project according to his/her
individual interests and abilities.

Requirements:  Ph.D. or equivalent in population genetics, fisheries
ecology, molecular systematics, or related disciplines. Proficiency with
population genetic theory and/or with molecular biological techniques,
including cloning, library screening, PCR, and DNA sequencing is desired.

Salary: $24,000/year, with fringe benefits.

Application deadline: open until filled.

To initiate application, send CV, related reprints, and names and addresses
of 3 references to:

Dr. Jonathan B. Geller
Department of Biological Sciences
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Wilmington, NC 28403.

Initial contact by e-mail (GELLERJ at UNCWIL.EDU) or phone (910 395-3357) is
encouraged.

UNCW is an equal opportunity employer.

Jonathan Geller
Department of Biological Sciences
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
601 S. College Rd.
Wilmington, NC 28403

(910) 395-3357 Office/Lab
(910) 350- 4066 Fax





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