Department: Institute of Ecology and Evolution
Rank: Postdoctoral Scholar
Annual Basis: 12 Month
Review of Applications Begins
November 15, 2019; position open until filled
Special Instructions to Applicants
Please submit a cover letter, CV, and the names of three professional references through the UO Careers website.
The Institute of Ecology and Evolution (IE²) facilitates research and graduate education in ecology and evolutionary biology. The Institute fosters a collegial and stimulating intellectual environment for world-class research in molecular evolution, evolutionary genetics, evolution of development, and microbial, population, community, and ecosystems ecology.
A postdoctoral position in community ecology is available in the research group of Lauren Hallett at the University of Oregon. The successful candidate will be part of a collaborative project with the Burns, OR ARS to explore factors affecting the resilience of perennial rangelands to annual grass invasion in the northern Great Basin. Incumbent will prepare results for publications and present findings at relevant scientific meetings.
Strong quantitative skills.
A demonstrated publication record.
Expertise in community and/or ecosystem ecology.
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