Horizon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Sustainable Aquatic Conservation, Canada
Summary: The Horizon Postdoctoral Fellowship in Sustainable Aquatic Conservation is a research opportunity for individuals interested in uncovering biodiversity processes that promote eco-resilience against multiple stressors. The successful applicant will conduct laboratory experiments, fieldwork, and metagenomic barcoding to develop sustainable solutions for aquatic conservation.
Designation: Postdoctoral Fellow
Research Area: Sustainable Aquatic Conservation
Location: Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Eligibility/Qualification: The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Biology, Environmental Science, or a related field, with expertise in aquatic ecology, metagenomics, and biodiversity conservation. Strong communication skills, as well as the ability to work independently and collaboratively, are also essential.
|PhD in Biology||Required|
|Aquatic ecology expertise||Required|
|Independent work skills||Required|
- Conduct research on biodiversity processes that promote eco-resilience against multiple stressors in aquatic ecosystems.
- Conduct laboratory experiments, fieldwork, and metagenomic barcoding to develop sustainable solutions for aquatic conservation.
- Collaborate with other researchers and stakeholders to develop and implement sustainable conservation strategies.
- Publish research findings in academic journals and present at conferences.
- Participate in teaching and mentoring activities.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, research statement, and the names and contact information of three references to the Biological Sciences Department at Concordia University.
Last Date for Apply: The application deadline is May 1st, 2023.