An opportunity has arisen for a committed researcher to join the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland WildGenes lab. Reporting to the Conservation Programme Manager – WildGenes in our Conservation team, the successful candidate will initiate, implement and disseminate conservation genetics projects in the WildGenes laboratory. Duties include assisting with the project management and analysis of genetic data for a diverse portfolio of conservation genetic projects.
This is a full-time permanent position where the working hours are 37.5 hours per week.
Closing date: Wednesday 2nd January 2019.
My name is Sara Peixoto, I am a postgraduate student from Portugal and I will do an internship at University of Sheffield (Molecular Ecology Lab) next year (2019), from January to July. I’m looking for a cheap place to stay near the university for that period – maximum £250 including bills – so if you have a room available or know someone who has, please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org. Ideally I am looking for a room from January 12 until the end of June please.
Seminars are held on Mondays at 12.00 noon (unless stated) in the Conference Room (room A225), A Floor, Alfred Denny building.
Monday 19th November 2018
Dr Gonzalo de Polavieja, Champalimaud Foundation, Lisbon
“How useful is deep learning in the study of animal behavior?”
Host: Prof Mikko Juusola
Seven month post available here in Sheffield, working on our rotifer experimental evolution project
The reference number is UOS020788 closing on the 15 November 2018.