An 18 month Early Stage Researcher position is available to work on marine population genomics in the Hoffman lab. The work is part of a Marie Curie Initial Training Network entitled CACHE (Calcium in a Changing Environment) and is coordinated by the British Antarctic Survey. The project provides an excellent opportunity for the candidate to obtain experience of diverse methodologies, from next generation sequencing to geometric morphometrics and scanning electron microscopy.
This position offers a generous stipend of at least €3700 per month, including a mobility allowance, with the possibility for fieldwork in Europe. Candidates are expected to have at least a BSc or equivalent and the deadline for applications is February 26th 2016. Please see the PDF for more details about the project and the application process.