FAUTIN DAPHNE G
fautin at eagle.cc.ukans.edu
Fri Dec 17 12:18:19 EST 1999
SYSTEMATICS OF MARINE INVERTEBRATES
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP at University of Kansas for systematic revision of sea anemone genus using laboratory and field techniques. Strong background in modern systematics or study of sea anemones required, both preferred. Experience with molecular techniques, and skill in GIS, databasing, or image manipulation desirable. Position details: assumable 1 September 2000 to 31 January 2001 (doctoral degree must have been granted by then); year-round; full-time position (depends on federal funding); lasting 5 y pending satisfactory performance and funding continuation; open to non-US citizens. Send curriculum vitae, copies of publications, brief statement of interests and career goals, official academic transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to Daphne G. Fautin, Biological Sciences, Haworth Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045 USA (telephone 1-785-864-3062; fax 1-785-864-5321; e-mail fautin at ukans.edu). Application review begins 20 March 2000.
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Daphne G. Fautin
Professor, Biological Sciences
Curator, Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center
University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas 66045 USA
for e-mail, please use fautin at ukans.edu
lab web page: www.nhm.ukans.edu/~inverts
direct to sea anemone database version 2.1: biocomplexity.nhm.ukans.edu/
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