Application deadline is February 1, 2000.
A postdoctoral research position in Mathematical Biology may be available in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Alberta, starting July 1, 2001. The research will be related to collaborative projects in spatial ecology, involving the role of dispersal in population dynamics and persistence. Specific projects may include:
Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in Mathematical Biology or a related discipline, should be adept at computing, and should be willing to collaborate with both mathematicians and biologists on the research project. If desired, a joint appointment with Biological Sciences may be possible.
The position includes $35 K salary, plus benefits, travel money, and state-of-the-art computing and research facilities. The position is for one year, with renewal for an additional year subject to successful performance, and is subject to the availability of funds.
Applications should include: a CV, up to 2 or 3 publications/preprints
and 3 letters of recommendation. These should be sent to:
Mark Lewisby February 1, 2000. Please contact Mark Lewis if you have any questions.
Postdoc position, Department of Mathematics
JWB233, 150 S, 1400 E
University of Utah, SLC, UT 84112 USA