PoE Postdoctoral Fellowships: University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA

PoE Postdoctoral Fellowships University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA

Designation/Position- PoE Postdoctoral Fellowships

University of Nebraska, Lincoln invites application for PoE Postdoctoral Fellowships from eligible and interested candidates

About- Population biology is a central field that integrates aspects of ecology, evolutionary biology, bioinformatics and mathematical modeling. UNL has strength in applied, basic, and theoretical population biology, addressing such diverse topics as modeling of population dynamics, population genetics, community diversity and structure, speciation, behavioral ecology, endangered species, invasive species, disease biology, and wildlife biology. The goal of our Program of Excellence is to add to that expertise, and thus increase intellectual collaborations and vibrancy across the UNL campus. PoE Postdoctoral Fellowships

Research/Job Area- Biology

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Applicants who have recently completed, or will soon complete, their PhD and who conduct cutting edge research related to faculty research areas in the Ecology, Evolution & Behavior (EEB) section in the School of Biological Sciences (https://biosci.unl.edu/research-areas).

Job/Position Description- 

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is seeking applications for a 2-year postdoctoral position in the Population Biology Program of Excellence.

The goal of the Population Biology-POE Postdoctoral Fellowship is to stimulate synergistic interactions between faculty and postdoctoral scholars broadly interested in the area of Population Biology. 

POE postdoctoral fellows pursue a research program under the sponsorship of an EEB faculty member and are expected to enhance graduate education, serve as a model for graduate students in career development, and promote interactions among faculty at UNL. While in residence, the postdoctoral fellow is expected to lead a seminar, symposium or outreach project that will appeal to Population Biologists across campus.

How to Apply- 

Interested candidates should submit a CV, a 1-page description of previous or current research and a 2-3 page description of proposed research, and arrange for two recommendation letters from non-UNL faculty and one recommendation letter from the UNL faculty sponsor (a total of 3 letters) to be emailed to the address below. The research proposal should be developed in collaboration with the proposed faculty sponsor. The successful applicant must have completed their degree by the start date. Priority will be given to applicants who are new to UNL.

Application materials should be emailed to: Dr. Clay Cressler at: ccressler2@unl.edu. The subject line should read “Population Biology Post-doc application”. Applications should be received by January 8, 2021. The expected salary will be $45,000 per year. UNL anticipate notifying the successful applicant by January 31, 2021, with a starting date of August or September 2021. 

Last Date for Apply–  08 January 2021

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