PostDoc position in Fish Conservation at University of California, Davis

The School of Veterinary Medicine and Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation at University of California, Davis, is hiring a PostDoc in fish conservation and effects of contaminant exposure.

The researcher will be working with multiple endangered and invasive fish species to investigate how anthropogenic factors such as temperature, salinity and contaminant exposures impact embryo and larval development. These studies give an opportunity to also investigate resulting effects at subsequent life-stages, for example behavior and reproduction, to evaluate population level effects.

For more details, please see the official job posting.