Postdoc and Student positions in coral ocean acidification

Postdoctoral and PhD student positions available for coral ocean acidification project in U.S.

Available immediately: One postdoc position and one PhD student position to join a recently funded research project investigating the physiological impacts of ocean acidification, temperature and nutrients on reef building corals. These positions will be through the University of Delaware and based on the marine campus of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment in Lewes DE (

Desired (but not required) qualifications for the student position are a Masters in biological science, experience in coral, algal, or plant physiology and/or molecular biology. Qualifications for the postdoc are a PhD in marine or biological science, with a focus on ocean acidification, photosynthesis research and/or algal and cnidarian physiology. Current funding is for two years, with an expected continuation of funding for the student position beyond this project. Please submit applications/inquires electronically to Dr. Mark Warner at mwar… Please include the subject line graduate student application or postdoc application in your email. For students, please include in a single pdf file: a statement of your research experience and goals, CV, GRE scores, unofficial transcript and the names and contact information for three references. Applications to graduate school may be initiated here: For postdocs, please include a single pdf file containing, cover letter, CV, and the names and contact information of three references. The University of Delaware is an equal opportunity employer, which encourages applications from minority group members and women.

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