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Postdoctoral Fellowships in Conservation Genetics

William Jordan w.jordan at ucl.ac.uk
Fri Sep 10 06:53:14 EST 1999

Apologies for reposting, but this version has the closing date included.




The Institute of Zoology invites applications for two Research Fellowships in
Conservation Genetics. We wish to appoint highly motivated scientists who have
the potential to develop vigorous research programmes relevant to conservation
biology. A strong publication record is required, as is the potential to obtain
funding from research councils and other grant-giving bodies.

We welcome applications from any field of population/quantitative genetics or
phylogenetics. However, for one post preference will be given to candidates
applying molecular genetic techniques to answer questions at the individual and
population levels. For the other post, our preference will be for applicants
developing theoretical models or statistical methods for the analysis of
molecular genetic data, e.g. microsatellites or SNPs.

Appointees will be members of the academic staff of the Institute (equivalent to
a Junior Lecturer position in a university department). Salary will be in the
range £19,064-23,276 including London weighting (pay award pending), depending
on relevant experience. The appointments will be for three years initially, with
a possibility of extension.

Applicants should send a CV (including a brief outline of research interests and
future directions), a letter of application and the names and addresses of three
professional referees to the Personnel Department, Zoological Society of London,
Regent¹s Park, London NW1 4RY. Telephone 0171 449 6253. Further details are
available from Dr Bill Jordan in the Institute of Zoology at the same address or
by email (Bill.Jordan at ioz.ac.uk). Closing date for applications: 15 October

Dr W C Jordan
Institute of Zoology
Regent's Park
London NW1 4RY
Tel: 0171 449 6631
Fax: 0171 586 2870
email: w.jordan at ucl.ac.uk or bill.jordan at ioz.ac.uk

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