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University of Washington: Postdoctoral position, morphological diversification of bat molars (posted 2020-07-03)
A postdoctoral position is available in the Santana Lab at the Department of Biology and Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture (University of Washington, Seattle, USA; The postdoc will be part of the ...

Duke University: Postdoctoral Researcher in Evolutionary Biomechanics (posted 2020-06-30)
The Patek Lab at Duke University seeks the unifying principles that guide, limit and promote the evolutionary diversity of biomechanical systems. Our research yields discoveries of new biological phenomena, original tests of macroevolutionary ...

Duke University: Interdisciplinary Postdoctoral Researcher in Comparative Biomechanics (posted 2020-06-30)
The Patek Lab at Duke University leads a five-university interdisciplinary research team devoted to establishing the principles of extremely fast movement in small systems. Grounded in the extraordinary abilities of animals, plants, and fungi ...

College of the Holy Cross: Full-Time Visiting Faculty Position in Biology (Neurobiology) (posted 2020-06-15)
GENERAL INFORMATION The Department of Biology at the College of the Holy Cross invites applications for a visiting full-time faculty appointment in Neurobiology for the 2020–2021 academic year to begin in August 2020. Specific courses ...

University of Alberta: Post-Doctoral Position, Ecology and Evolution of Host-Parasite Interactions (posted 2020-05-27)
A post-doctoral position is available starting January 2021 to study the ecology of fear in host-parasite interactions. Hosts avoid exposure to infection by avoiding infective stages, associated cues, infected individuals, or alter their habitat ...

University of Konstanz, Germany: Assistant Professor/Jr. Group leader in evolutionary biology (genomics of speciation and adaptation) (posted 2020-05-26)
Starting date is on or around October 1st 2020 The person we are looking for should be an evolutionary biologist who works on questions in either molecular evolution, and/or the genomics of speciation and adaptation. The position is intended ...

Memorial University of Newfoundland-Canada: MSc. or Ph.D student position in Plant Phylogenetic Community Ecology (posted 2020-05-21)
I am seeking a motivated MSc or Ph.D. student to conduct a study that aims to understand the phylogenetic diversity of the flora of Newfoundland, and the phylogenetic structure of different habitat types in this island of the north Atlantic. ...

USGS: Postdoctoral research scientist – Emerging infectious diseases (WNS and Bsal) (posted 2020-05-21)
Position summary: The increasing the number of novel infectious diseases over the past few decades, especially those caused by fungal pathogens, has resulted in substantial population declines and loss of biodiversity. Two wildlife pathogens of ...

Clemson University: Lecturer in Biological Sciences (posted 2020-05-11)
The Department of Biological Sciences at Clemson University is seeking a full-time, 9-month Lecturer in Biological Sciences with expertise in ecology and/or evolutionary biology to begin Fall 2020. We seek someone who will contribute innovative ...

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.: Postdoctoral Position in Systems Neuroscience (posted 2020-05-06)
A postdoctoral position in systems neuroscience is available at the University of British Columbia. The specific research will focus on midbrain-cerebellar circuitry related to the encoding of optic flow signals, and their transformation into ...

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