Positions: Several postdoctoral fellow positions (3-4) are available in the Bradbury Lab at Fisheries and Oceans Canada (Halifax, NS). Species of primary interest for the lab include Atlantic Salmon, Arctic Charr, Atlantic Cod, and Common Lumpfish but current projects include other anadromous fish and species of marine invertebrates as well. The lab’s research is broadly concerned with the application of genomic tools to inform fisheries management and marine conservation. The lab is increasingly focusing on genomic architecture using high density SNP arrays to better understand the genetic basis of biocomplexity.
Candidates must have a PhD in fisheries science, population genetics, genomics, oceanography or a related field.
Application: Please email Ian Bradbury (firstname.lastname@example.org) with (1) a letter describing your interests in this position and your previous research experience, and (2) a recent CV. Formal applications must be submitted through the Fisheries and Oceans Postdoctoral Research Program. Review of will applications begin right away with several positions available immediately, and will continue throughout 2018.