[ES_JOBS_NET] Hibbitt Early Career Fellows Program at Marine Biological Laboratory

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Wed Dec 7 08:37:43 MST 2016

The Hibbitt Early Career Fellows Program provides talented scientists a
rare opportunity: the chance to set up research programs of their own as an
alternative to traditional postdoctoral positions. Recent Ph.D. (or
equivalent degree) graduates with proven excellence in research will be
given the necessary resources to work as P.I.’s, free from financial
constraints and distraction by formal faculty responsibilities. As their
research program matures, Fellows will be able to attract funding from
federal grants or other sources.

Hibbitt Fellows can take advantage of MBL’s unique research environment and
resources, in the context of the collegial and supportive network of
MBL’s “Faculty
of 500 <http://www.mbl.edu/research/mbl-scientists/>”, including scientists
from the year-round resident program, the Whitman Center program, and the
MBL Fellows program.

Applications are encouraged in research areas that can benefit from and
contribute to MBL’s strategic strengths, in particular those relevant
to *marine
and aquatic organismal biology* and/or *marine microbial diversity and

Hibbitt Early Career Fellows will be based at the MBL full-time. They will
receive an annual salary plus benefits and an additional research and
travel stipend. Initial appointment will be for three years, with
possibility of extension to five years given satisfactory progress. For
details on application requirements, reference the FAQ section


This fellowship program is made possible by a generous gift from Susan and
David Hibbitt.

*The Marine Biological Laboratory is committed to providing equal
employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment. MBL
is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.*
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