We are hiring a Post-doctoral Research Associate, with funding from the UW Biodiversity Institute, to study processes limiting amphibian persistence using existing RMAP data, continued data collection in conjunction with community scientists,  and environmental DNA.  The position requires a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline (or near completion (ABD)), experience with field-based amphibian monitoring (or similar efforts), application of data science for management and analysis of a moderate-term monitoring dataset, environmental DNA and experience in R.  This post-doc will be in the Landscape Ecology and Ecological Genetics laboratory of Dr. Melanie Murphy in conjunction with Dr. Wendy Estes-Zumpf from Wyoming Game and Fish Department. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Want to find out more about this job? Register as a member today to view the full details of this and 8,000 conservation jobs each year, along with many other career-boosting benefits