[ES_JOBS_NET] Post Doc opportunity Aquatic Biogeochemistry
marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Mon Oct 27 15:25:09 MDT 2014
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From: Mortazavi, Behzad <bmortazavi at ua.edu>
Date: Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 3:53 PM
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Aquatic Biogeochemistry, University of
Alabama The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alabama
has an opening for a full-time postdoctoral associate. The position
requires a PhD in Oceanography, Marine Science, or Aquatic Chemistry, or
similar field obtained within the last 3 years and expertise in the
application of isotopic techniques, particularly with the use of MIMS.
The successful applicant will join a new NSF-funded study of nitrogen
cycling in the Gulf. We will be combining molecular techniques and N
cycling rate measurements that will ultimately provide information relevant
to marsh reconstruction efforts. Highly motivated candidates with (i)
demonstrated record of publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and (ii) with
strong analytical skills in MIMS/Isotopic techniques are encouraged to
apply and to incorporate their interests into the project. The post-doc
will work closely and under the direction of Dr. Behzad Mortazavi at the
Dauphin Island Sea Lab. The position is initially for 12 months, beginning
as soon as it can be filled with the possibility of renewal pending funding.
Applications should be submitted by email as a single pdf to Dr. Behzad
Mortazavi (bmortazavi at ua.edu) and include: CV, statement of research
interests, one-page summary of Ph.D. thesis, minimum of three letters of
recommendation and statement of immigration status of non-citizens. Review
of applications will begin immediately and the position will remain open
until filled. The University of Alabama is an Affirmative Action, Equal
Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Behzad Mortazavi, Ph.D.
University of Alabama
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Dauphin Island, AL 36528
Email: bmortazavi at ua.edu
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