Applications are being invited for a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in Fish Conservation Biology. We are interested in applications from excellent candidates who study any aspect of fish conservation, using any taxonomic group(s), […]
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking a fisheries biologist to lead a monitoring program evaluating genetic and ecological interactions between hatchery and wild steelhead in Puget Sound. Responsibilities include strategic long-term research […]
The Department of Zoology at the University of British Columbia, in Vancouver, Canada, invites applications for a faculty position in Comparative Animal Physiology in its broadest sense. We seek an outstanding individual working with an […]
A graduate opportunity (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) is available to study adaptive differences in juvenile growth and metabolism among different ecotypes of rainbow trout (large lake piscivores vs. insectivores).
Selection for differences in growth is a fundamental driver of […]
Post-doc in Conservation Science
The Martin Conservation Decision Lab is seeking a highly motivated and dynamic Postdoctoral Fellow to work with Dr Julia Baum and Dr Tara Martin on a new project “Prioritizing Threat Management Strategies to […]
POSTDOCTORAL Research Associate
A postdoctoral fellowship in comparative endocrinology is available at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst beginning April 1, 2016. The fellowship is supported by an NSF grant with funding for 4 years and will examine […]
A great job opportunity has come up with the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences at the University of Washington. See details below!
Title: Research Scientist in fisheries science at University of Washington
Location: Seattle, WA
Posting Date: […]
We seek a motivated individual to manage a large-scale fisheries genomics project. The incumbent will coordinate sampling and sequencing of several thousand arctic char, arctic cod, and northern shrimp for the purpose of defining and understanding stock populations. […]