Seeking Postdoc: Invertebrate Molecular Systematics

Dr. Andrew G. McArthur mcarthur at onyx.si.edu
Tue Oct 7 13:48:39 EST 1997


Colleagues,

I am nearing completion of my post-doc at the National Museum of Natural
History's Laboratory of Molecular Systematics where I have been working on
the molecular phylogenetics of various deep-sea gastropod lineages, with
emphasis upon possible sulphide-associated refugial relics.  I am seeking
postdoctoral opportunities in marine invertebrate molecular systematics to
begin in January-February 1998, with preference for a position in the New
England region (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, etc.).  I am interested
in working on phylogenetic or biogeographic issues in any marine
invertebrate taxon, but would especially be interested in working with
endemic deep-sea groups, particularly among the copepods, barnacles, or
gastropods.  I have several possible research projects for these groups I
would be willing to discuss.

Full details of my research interests, my Curriculum Vitae, and
supplemental information can be found on my web site:
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/8431/

Please forward this message to anyone who may be interested, with my thanks.

Andrew McArthur

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Dr. Andrew G. McArthur, Postdoctoral Fellow, Laboratory of Molecular
Systematics, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, 4210 Silver Hill Road,
Suitland, Maryland 20746, U.S.A.

Phone: (301) 238-3444 Ext. 112, Fax: (301) 238-3059
mcarthur at onyx.si.edu, http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/8431/
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