Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is seeking a Population Genomics Researcher for The Global Change Biology Research Group ( in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources. We use population genomics and data science to study global change biology, particularly in coastal marine environments. Collaborative projects address bats, bees, and wildlife biology research on land and in the ocean. We offer a collaborative, supportive, and interdisciplinary work environment, opportunities to be involved in a wide range of research projects, extensive opportunities for learning and professional development, and the expectation of co-authorship on scientific manuscripts. We value a healthy work-life balance and anti-racist practices.<

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