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UC Davis Post-Docs Wanted--Connon Lab: Apply by 5/1/17

Post-Doctoral Researchers Wanted

Fish Conservation Physiology and Molecular Biology Postdoctoral Researchers in the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation and School of Veterinary Medicine – University of California, Davis

Application review begin date: May 1, 2017

Start dates are flexible, but expected between late spring and fall of 2017.


We are seeking two highly motivated, organized, and dynamic Postdoctoral Researchers with experience in Molecular Biology and Fish Conservation Physiology to join the labs of Drs. Richard Connon and Nann Fangue in the School of Veterinary Medicine and the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology at the University of California, Davis (UCD). Appointments will be for one year with a possibility for extension to two or three years.

The Postdoctoral Researchers will join a collaborative and integrative team composed of faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students studying fish physiology and behavior, and using transcriptomics to understand mechanisms behind organismal resilience to environmental change, with the ultimate goal of improving conservation and management activities.

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