Postdoctoral research position at the Department of Integrative Biology – University of Guelph

We are accepting applications for a postdoctoral research position at the Department of Integrative Biology – University of Guelph, starting summer or fall 2018. Salary is $50,000 per year, for up to two years. We seek emerging researchers with a strong publication record, who work on issues ranging from, but not restricted to, agro-ecosystem ecology, climate change modelling, spatial ecology, diversity-function relationships and ecosystem services, and/or biostatistics. The successful applicant will be expected to be organized, work collaboratively in the lab and field, to lead their own research projects, have strong analytical capabilities, and be willing and able to mentor and support other lab members. The successful applicant will be joining a team of researchers at the University of Guelph, with opportunities for multiple collaborative research papers in addition to their own publications. Candidates should electronically submit a letter of application detailing their research experience, interest in the position, preferred start date, CV with publications, and names with contact details of three referees to: Dr. Andrew MacDougall, Department of Integrative biology, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada [asm@uoguelph.ca]. There is no formal application deadline; applications will be received until the position is filled. Start date is flexible.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre on Vancouver Island, Canada. Closing date: March 2, 2018

The Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre (BMSC) is pleased to announce a new Postdoctoral Fellowship (PDF) opportunity. Preference will be given to supervisors who nominate outstanding candidates with demonstrated research accomplishments and excellent communication skills. The successful candidate is expected to conduct original research consistent with the mandate of the BMSC to support high calibre research and provide unparalleled access to the natural and cultural sites where the major scientific questions and challenges of the 21st century persist in the marine sciences, biodiversity, ecology, evolution, comparative physiology, archaeology/anthropology, indigenous studies and the development of research-informed teaching. The PDF will be expected to work full-time at the BMSC, foster interactions within the BMSC, organize a working group retreat and facilitate directed studies in undergraduate student research. BMSC is a shared campus of five Western Canadian Universities (Universities of Victoria, Calgary, Alberta, British Columbia, and Simon Fraser University), but nominations of candidates will be accepted from any supervisors with research programs being conducted at the BMSC.
Application deadline: March 2, 2018

Start date: as early as April 1, 2018.

Salary: $48,000 annually

Research stipend: $5,000 annually to cover station related expenses (e.g., boat time)
The nomination package should include: the Curriculum Vitae of the nominee; free-form proposal describing the research (2 pages), a one-page letter from the supervisor describing the professional development program to be offered to the nominee and the potential contributions of the nominee to training and learning; two letters of recommendation for the nominee.

Application packages should be emailed as a single PDF to the BMSC Research Coordinator <research@bamfieldmsc.com>

Once the nomination package is reviewed and the proposed PDF is approved, an 18-month term position will be offered. Funding permitting, renewal of the fellowship may be approved following an evaluation of progress after the first term.

The BMSC is a world-class teaching and research facility located in traditional territories of the Huu-ay-aht First Nation, on the outer west coast of Vancouver Island, Canada.  Our campus is situated on 65 hectares in Barkley Sound with access to a remarkable diversity of marine, terrestrial, freshwater and cultural sites of the North East Pacific basin. Located in the heart of Canada’s Pacific Rim National Park, the town of Bamfield has a small but exceptionally vibrant community that shares a history of trust and collaboration with the Huu-ay-aht First Nation. The town is also the northern terminus of an iconic Canadian Trail, the West Coast Trail. The stunning surroundings of the rain forest, deserted beaches, uninhabited islands, rugged coastline, and world class diving inspire creativity and discovery.

See www.bamfieldmsc.com for more details.

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Postdoctoral position in Epidemiology, University of Montreal. Closing date: March 1st, 2018.

Epidemiology of Zoonoses and Public Health Research Unit (GREZOSP)
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Montreal

As part of a multi-disciplinary research program aimed at assessing and predicting the risk of exposure to wildlife diseases of importance to public health, we are looking for a motivated postdoctoral research associate in modelling and epidemiology.

Project title: Modelling arctic fox rabies dynamics in the changing North 

Arctic fox rabies is endemic in the Arctic ecosystem. This disease is maintained by transmission within arctic (Vulpes lagopus) and red fox (Vulpes vulpes) populations. Disease dynamics are potentially driven by multiple and interacting aspects of arctic and red fox ecology. The current climate warming adds an additional layer of complexity by: 1) altering fox habitat quality through weather and surface ice/snow conditions, 2) reducing lemming habitat quality and the punctual abundance of this food resource for foxes, 3) enabling red foxes to expand their range further northwards and overlap more densely and expansively with arctic foxes, and 4) facilitating growth and number of northern communities through increasing economic activities.

The successful candidate will parameterise and adapt the Ontario Rabies Model (ORM), a spatially explicit individual-based simulation model, to simulate arctic and red fox reservoir species. Project objectives include modelling movement and interaction behaviours relevant to the fox and rabies ecologies, and assessing how multi-host dynamics influence rabies dynamics. Project outcomes will be used to help advise public health risk in northern communities and estimate risk to rabies re-incursions into southern Canada.

Research team:

A multidisciplinary research team, working in the fields of epidemiology, public health, modeling, ecology, and pathology, will offer a rich and stimulating work environment. The research team consists of professors and researchers of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal, the Public Health Agency of Canada, Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs du Québec, and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

Candidate’s profile:

Diploma:

  • PhD in Software engineering, Computer science, Epidemiology, Mathematics, Ecology, or another relevant field
  • Master’s and/or First degree in computer science, software engineering, veterinary medicine, medicine, science (Epidemiology, Public health, Biology, Ecology, Mathematics)

Abilities:

  • Familiarity with the C family of languages (c, c++, java, or c#) and .NET to modify an existing program
  • Experience in object-oriented programming and development of stochastic and spatially explicit simulations
  • Knowledge of bioinformatics, epidemiology and/or computer science
  • Knowledge in statistics and experience using statistical (R, SAS, STATA) and geomatics (ArcMap, Qgis) software are an asset
  • Good scientific writing and communication skills

Skills:

  • Ability to review, synthesize and analyze large amounts of scientific literature and complex information/data
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently as well as part of a team

Terms:

Duration: 1 to 2 years starting May 1st, 2018

Home institution: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Montreal

Funding: This position is funded for at least 1 year. The researcher will be expected to complete scholarship applications from granting agencies to supplement and prolong their position.

Salary: Competitive salary offered commensurate with experience.

Directors: The project is codirected by Patrick Leighton (U. de Montréal) and Erin Rees (Public Health Agency of Canada).

To apply:

Please send a cover letter (one page), CV, latest university transcript, and a list of two references (name and contact details) to patrick.a.leighton@umontreal.ca.

Closing date: March 1st, 2018.


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Postdoctoral position in Epidemiology, University of Montreal. Closing date: March 1st 2018.

Epidemiology of Zoonoses and Public Health Research Unit (GREZOSP)
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Montreal

As part of a multi-disciplinary research program aimed at assessing and predicting the risk of exposure to wildlife diseases of importance to public health, we are looking for a motivated postdoctoral research associate in modelling and epidemiology.

Project: Modelling raccoon rabies variant re-incursion and spread in southern Québec and Ontario

The raccoon rabies variant (RRV) circulates in reservoir raccoon (Procyon lotor) and skunk (Mephitis mephitis) populations. First incursions of RRV from the United States occurred in late 1990s early 2000s in both Ontario and Québec. Although Oral Rabies Vaccination campaigns contributed to successfully eliminate the variant in both province by 2009, the threat of reintroduction was still present as rabies cases continued to circulate in adjacent New York and New England states. In 2015, RRV re-emerged in southern Ontario creating a large epizootic in the Hamilton area. Although no outbreaks occurred in Quebec, rabies control activities are still conducted to prevent any reintroduction. Until the RRV epidemic front is pushed back from the Canadian border, the challenge is to predict when and where new incursions of RRV will occur and what will be the dynamics of new outbreaks.

The objective of this project is to parameterise and adapt the Ontario Rabies Model (ORM), a spatially explicit individual-based simulation model, to evaluate the benefit-costs of current and future control activities with respect to the risk of RRV northward re-emergence and spread. Simulations using vaccination scenarios (e.g. bait location and density, vaccination barrier width, immunity levels) will be developed to identify areas at risk of RRV outbreaks and evaluate the effectiveness of rabies control strategies on complex landscapes (e.g. heterogeneity in host habitat quality and availability).

Research team:

A multidisciplinary research team, working in the fields of epidemiology, public health, modeling, ecology, and pathology, will offer a rich and stimulating work environment. The research team consists of professors and researchers of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montreal, the Public Health Agency of Canada, Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs du Québec, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and United States Department of Agriculture , Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Guelph.

Candidate’s profile:

Diploma:

  • PhD in Epidemiology, Mathematics, Ecology, or other relevant field
  • Master’s and/or First degree in veterinary medicine, medicine, science (Epidemiology, Public health, Biology, Ecology, Mathematics), engineering

Abilities:

  • Interest in mathematical modelling
  • Knowledge of epidemiology
  • Good knowledge in statistics
  • Experience using statistical (R, SAS, STATA) and geomatics (ArcMap, Qgis) software
  • Good scientific writing and communication skills

Skills:

  • Ability to review, synthesize and analyze large amounts of scientific literature and complex information/data
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently as well as part of a team

Terms:

Duration: 1 to 2 years starting May 1st, 2018

Home institution: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Montreal

Funding: This position is funded for at least 1 year. The researcher will be expected to complete scholarship applications from granting agencies to supplement and prolong their position.

Salary: Competitive salary offered commensurate with experience.

Directors: The project is codirected by Patrick Leighton (U. de Montréal) and Erin Rees (Public Health Agency if Canada) 

To apply:

Please send a cover letter (one page), CV, latest university transcript, and a list of two references (name and contact details) to patrick.a.leighton@umontreal.ca.

Closing date: March 1st 2018.

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Horizon Postdoctoral Fellowship at Concordia University

Concordia University in Montreal, Canada is currently accepting applications for postdoctoral fellowships valued at $47,500 per year (plus benefits) for each of two years, in the following discipline:

Research program title: The gene to ecosystem consequences of fisheries-induced evolution on sustainable fisheries
Supervisor(s): Dr. Dylan Fraser

Dr. Pedro Peres-Neto

Reference Number: 4000
Program description: We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to advance knowledge of the genomic consequences of fisheries-induced evolution for fish and fisheries. This is an unprecedented opportunity to conduct experimentally-replicated depletion of natural populations of a socio-economically important fish (brook trout) in closed ecosystems where the species is invasive and the target of removal efforts, in exceptionally pristine places (Rocky mountain alpine lakes). The position will be based at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) and the research offers an outstanding opportunity for training in applied genomics and fisheries science and is affiliated with an NSERC Strategic Project between three universities (Concordia University, UQAM, Calgary), Parks Canada, Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development and Fisheries & Oceans Canada.
Academic qualifications required: A PhD in population, evolutionary and/or conservation genomics. Applicants should be team-oriented and autonomous, and have a strong publication record and demonstrable quantitative skills (e.g. R stats, bioinformatics); experience with GWAS is an asset.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Applicants must not currently hold a postdoctoral appointment at Concordia
  • Priority will be given to postdoctoral fellows who have obtained their PhD from another university although in exceptional cases Concordia graduates may be considered
  • Applicants must adhere to the postdoctoral fellow eligibility criteria outlined in Concordia University’s Postdoctoral Policy

Timeline and Application Process:

Application deadline:              open until the position is filled but no later than April 1, 2018

Fellowship start date:             no later than July 1, 2018

Submission process:

Application checklist:

  • One to three (1-3) page research statement demonstrating fit with the program described above
  • Current curriculum vitae demonstrating research excellence and a capacity for leadership in the domain (maximum 5 pages).
  • Two letters of reference from academic supervisors or current employers to be sent via e-mail directly to: Cynthia Raso at (Horizon.Postdocs@concordia.ca)

Concordia University is a vibrant research and teaching environment, with state-of-the-art research facilities and many research centers. Concordia is located in Montreal, Canada, a diverse and creative city, often ranked as offering one of the best quality of living experiences in North America.

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Postdoctoral Position in Marine Genomics Dalhousie University

Support is available for a postdoctoral position at Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) for research on the genomics of commercially exploited marine fishes. The successful candidate will have a background in bioinformatics and genomics, including genome assembly, and will be co-supervised by Paul Bentzen (paul.bentzen@dal.ca) and Daniel Ruzzante (daniel.ruzzante@dal.ca; http://ruzzante.ca ). The project will involve collaboration with Fisheries and Oceans, Canada (DFO).

The position is available for 2 years, starting as soon as a suitable candidate is found. The successful candidate will hired for one year, renewable for the second year pending satisfactory performance. Applicants please send a statement of research interests, CV, copies of up to 4 publications and the names and e-mail addresses of two people willing to act as academic references to: Daniel Ruzzante (daniel.ruzzante@dal.ca) and Paul Bentzen (paul.bentzen@dal.ca). Review of applications will start December 1.

Informal inquiries are welcome.

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Post-Doctoral Position in Plant Defence Evolution – University of Toronto at Mississauga (with Prof. Marc Johnson)

Prof. Marc Johnson’s EvoEco Lab (www.evoeco.org) is seeking applications for a Post-Doctoral Researcher to study Plant Defence Evolution against herbivores and pathogens at the University of Toronto – Mississauga (UTM). The successful candidate will examine the mechanisms and evolutionary processes affecting adaptive and non-adaptive evolution of plant chemical and non-chemical defences. The specific topic of research will depend on the successful candidate’s interests, but could for example include the population genomics of defence, macroevolution evolution of defence, the effects of sexual reproduction on defence, and more. The Johnson lab uses many natural and agricultural systems to study plant defence evolution (Arabidopsis, Oenothera, Trifolium, Glycine, Brassica, etc.), and there is opportunity to use these systems or to develop a new system, depending on the candidate’s interests and expertise. The post-doctoral researcher will have the opportunity to integrate experiments, population genomics, evolutionary genetics, plant chemistry, and modeling approaches. This project is ideally suited to individuals seeking to perform productive cutting-edge research while building collaborations across traditional disciplines. We are interested in all outstanding post-doctoral applicants with an interest and expertise in plant evolutionary biology or the evolution of plant-animal interactions; previous work in plant defence evolution specifically is an asset but not a requirement.

To learn more about the Johnson Lab’s research on plant defence evolution please visit www.evoeco.org or see:

Anstett et al. 2016. Can genetically based clines in plant defence explain greater herbivory at higher latitudes? Ecology Letters 18:1376-1386.

Thompson, K. A., and M. T. J. Johnson. 2016. Antiherbivore defenses and natural selection on floral traits. Evolution 70:796-810.

Hollister et al. 2015. Recurrent loss of sex is associated with accumulation of deleterious mutations in Oenothera. Mol Biol Evol 32:896-905.

Johnson et al. 2015. Coevolution Between Plant Reproduction and Defense Against Herbivores. AREES 46:191-213.

Johnson et al. 2014. Macroevolution of plant defenses against herbivores in the evening primroses. New Phytologist 203:267-279.

Agrawal et al. 2012. Insect herbivores drive real-time ecological and evolutionary change in plant populations. Science 338:113-116.

Johnson et al. 2009. Plant sex and the evolution of plant defenses against herbivores. PNAS 106:18079–18084.

In addition to being a part of the EvoEco Lab (www.evoeco.org), the post-doctoral researcher will be a member of the Department of Biology (http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/biology) and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca).

The UTM campus has excellent facilities for plant-insect research (wet and dry lab infrastructure, growth chambers, greenhouses), housing, and 225 acres of fields, forests, many trails and a wild salmon/trout river for recreation. Toronto and Mississauga are world-class cities that are interconnected and culturally diverse. They boast an abundance of restaurants, excellent transit systems, a diversity of cultural activities (theatres, sports, bars, clubs), and an abundance of parks and water.

Starting salary: Commensurate with experience + benefits

Start date: Flexible, but preferably before Sept. 1, 2018

Duration: 1- 3 years (conditional on favourable annual performance review)

Application Deadline: Review of applications will commence Dec. 6. Please send applications to marc.johnson@utoronto.ca

Applications should include: i) a cover letter, ii) CV, iii) PDFs of top three publications, and iv) contact information for three references.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 5 Collective Agreement. The normal hours of work are 40 hours per week for a full-time postdoctoral fellow recognizing that the needs of the employee’s research and training and the needs of the supervisor’s research program may require flexibility in the performance of the employee’s duties and hours of work. The position will regularly require evening and/or weekend work.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Contact information:

Marc T. J. Johnson, Ph.D.
Director, Centre for Urban Environments (CUE)
Associate Professor
Depts. of Biology & EEB
University of Toronto – Mississauga
marc.johnson@utoronto.ca

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Post-Doctoral Researcher position, University of Toronto – Mississauga

Prof. Marc Johnson’s EvoEco Lab (www.evoeco.org) is seeking applications for a Post-Doctoral Researcher to study Urban Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Toronto – Mississauga (UTM). The successful candidate will examine how urbanization influences adaptive and non-adaptive evolution in plants or plant-animal interactions. We presently use several systems to study urban evolution (Trifolium repensImpatiens capensisBrassica rapa) and there is opportunity to use these systems or to develop a new system, depending on the candidate’s interests and expertise. The post-doctoral researcher will have the opportunity to integrate experiments, genomic and modeling approaches. This project is ideally suited to individuals seeking to perform productive cutting-edge research while connecting with a global network of collaborators and the public. We are interested in all outstanding post-doctoral applicants with an interest and expertise in plant evolutionary biology or plant-animal interactions; previous work in urban systems is not a requirement.

To learn more about the Johnson Lab’s research on urban evolutionary ecology please see:

Johnson, M. T. J., and J. Munshi-South. 2017. The evolution of life in urban environments. Science 358: DOI: 10.1126/science.aam1832.

Thompson, K. A., M. Renaudin, and M. T. J. Johnson. 2016. Urbanization drives the evolution of parallel clines in plant populations. Proc. R. Soc. London Ser. B 283:20162180.

Johnson, M. T. J., K. A. Thompson, and H. S. Saini. 2015. Plant evolution in the urban jungle. Am. J. Bot. 102:1951-1953.

In addition to being a part of the EvoEco Lab, the post-doctoral researcher will be a member of the new Centre for Urban Environments (www.urbanenvironment.ca),  the Department of Biology (http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/biology), and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (http://www.eeb.utoronto.ca).

The UTM campus has excellent facilities for research (wet and dry lab infrastructure, growth chambers, greenhouses), housing, and 225 acres of fields, forests, many trails and a wild salmon/trout river for recreation. Toronto and Mississauga are world-class cities that are interconnected and culturally diverse. They boast an abundance of restaurants, excellent transit systems, a diversity of cultural activities (theatres, sports, bars, clubs), and an abundance of parks and water.

Starting salary: Commensurate with experience + benefits

Start date: Flexible, but preferably before Sept. 1, 2018

Duration: 1- 3 years (conditional on favourable annual performance review)

Application Deadline: Review of applications will commence Dec. 6. Please send applications to marc.johnson@utoronto.ca

Applications should include: i) a cover letter, ii) CV, iii) PDFs of top three publications, and iv) contact information for three references.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 5 Collective Agreement. The normal hours of work are 40 hours per week for a full-time postdoctoral fellow recognizing that the needs of the employee’s research and training and the needs of the supervisor’s research program may require flexibility in the performance of the employee’s duties and hours of work. The position will will regularly require evening and/or weekend work.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Marc T. J. Johnson, Ph.D.
Director, Centre for Urban Environments (CUE)
Associate Professor
Depts. of Biology & EEB
University of Toronto – Mississauga
marc.johnson@utoronto.ca

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PhD/PDF Student Opportunity , Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta

Parental Selection and Assessing the Potential Impacts of Elite Breeding in White Spruce

We are seeking a PhD or PDF student to test the hypothesis that gene expression of gibberellic acid in white spruce (Picea glauca) seedlings can be used as an indicator of trees with superior growth characteristics. Faster growing parents will be selected based on growth data and physiological markers for gibberellic acid and gene expression based on greenhouse trials. With identification of elite parents, an advanced breeding strategy will be designed and implemented using tools such as a differential evolution algorithm developed from animal breeding.

Qualifications: Preference will be given to prospective students that have:

  • An MSc/PhD degree in forest genetics or related field, and familiarity with ecophysiology.
  • An advanced understanding of tree breeding strategies.
  • Experience in field work and tree breeding.
  • A valid class 5 driver’s licence (or equivalent), and be eligible to drive UofA vehicles.
  • Proficiency in spoken and written English.
  • Knowledge of experimental design and associated statistical programs (eg: R, SAS).

Funding: This project is fully funded (~$24,000/year, ~$45,000/year for PDFs) through an NSERC Industrial Research Chair program for 3.5 years (PhD) with additional scholarship funds available for Canadian students with a GPA of 3.7 or greater. We encourage students to pursue additional funding through internal/external sources.

Start date: Flexible start date in 2018.

Application: Prospective students must apply through UofA Graduate Studies; however, those interested should first email Dr. Barb Thomas (bthomas@ualberta.ca and cc Morgan Randall mrandall@ualberta.ca) the following:

  • a letter of interest (1 page)
  • a CV describing qualifications and experience
  • unofficial transcripts
  • contact information for three references

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Informal inquiries to gain more information about the positions are also welcome.

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PhD/PDF Student Opportunity, Department of Renewable Resources, University of Alberta

Understanding Patterns and Mechanisms Driving Clone Size and Gender Performance in Trembling Aspen in Alberta

We are seeking a PhD or PDF student who is interested in genetics, ecology, ecophysiology and their interaction on the landscape. The goal of this project is to describe the patterns of aspen (Populus tremuloides) clone size and gender distribution in active aspen forest management regions in Alberta, while also using genetic markers to understand recent declines in aspen health due to drought.

Qualifications: Preference will be given to prospective students that have:

  • An MSc/PhD degree in forestry, ecology, genetics or related field.
  • A strong background in quantitative genetics, and/or plant ecophysiology.
  • A GPA >3.5 and evidence of success.
  • Familiarity with an IRGA or other ecophysiology equipment.
  • Experience in field work.
  • A valid class 5 driver’s licence (or equivalent), and be eligible to drive UofA vehicles.
  • Proficiency in spoken and written English.
  • Knowledge of experimental design and associated statistical programs (eg: R, SAS).

Funding: This project is fully funded (~$24,000 /year for PhDs, ~$45,000/year for PDFs) through an NSERC Industrial Research Chair program for 2 or 3 years, with additional scholarship funds available for Canadian students with a GPA of 3.7 or greater. We encourage students to pursue additional funding through internal/external sources.

Start date: Immediate/Flexible start date in 2018.

Application: Prospective students must apply through UofA Graduate Studies; however, those interested should first email Dr. Barb Thomas (bthomas@ualberta.ca and cc Morgan Randall mrandall@ualberta.ca) the following information:

  • a letter of interest (1 page)
  • a CV describing qualifications and experience
  • unofficial transcripts
  • contact information for three references

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Informal inquiries to gain more information about the positions are also welcome.

 

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