Evolutionary Biology Postdoc

Alice hempel at dogwood.botany.uga.edu
Sun Jun 8 20:38:52 EST 1997

Date: Thu, 5 Jun 97 03:03:09 EDT
From: evoldir at evol.biology.McMaster.CA (Evoldir)
Message-Id: <9706050703.AA15061 at evol>
To: evoldir2 at evol.biology.McMaster.CA
Subject:  Post Doctoral Position 
Reply-To: arnold at dogwood.botany.uga.edu
Status: RO

 From arnold at dogwood.botany.uga.edu Wed Jun  4 08:57:30 1997
 A two year, NSF-funded postdoctoral position is available in the
 laboratory of Dr. Mike Arnold beginning December 1997 (there is some
flexibility in start date).  The research will involve studying the
Louisiana iris species Iris fulva and Iris brevicaulis.  In particular,
the postdoctoral associate will examine 1) pollinator behavior in
experimental arrays and natural populations of parental and hybrid
plants, 2) parentage in seeds, seedlings and adult plants in natural
hybrid populations and 3) fitness of parental and hybrid plants in a
reciprocal transplant experiment.
 The successful candidate will be an experienced field biologist
 with statistical skills and a willingness to learn molecular
 techniques.  They will also be capable of designing experiments to
 study plant/pollinator and plant/environment interactions.  Send a
 C.V., a brief statement of research interests and have three letters of
recommendation sent by August 1 to the address listed below.
 Dr. Michael L. Arnold
 Department of Genetics
 Life Sciences Building
 University of Georgia
 Athens, Georgia 30602
 Telephone: (706) 542-1407
 FAX: (706) 542-3910
 e-mail: arnold at dogwood.botany.uga.edu

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