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Postdoc in Protist Physiology and Animal Evolution

At the Department of Biology, University of Southern Denmark (SDU) we seek a postdoc for a short term hire (until 31 December 2018) exploring the oxygen regulation of protist respiration, with a concentration on choanoflagellate respiration and feeding.

The goal with this position is to place the respiration of protist organisms in the context of chemical environment into which animals evolved. Ideally, the candidate will have a background in evolutionary biology and the oxygen regulation of organismal metabolism.

The position is part of the Nordcee group at SDU, and is funded by a Villum Foundation Investigator grant aimed at exploring the relationship between the chemical evolution of Earth-service environment and the evolution of life.

Deadline: 26 February 2018.

Please see the full call, including how to apply, on www.sdu.dk.


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329757954Phoenix-9047ec4312018-02-08T20:04:36.197Postdoc in Protist Physiology and Animal Evolution

At the Department of Biology, University of Southern Denmark (SDU) we seek a postdoc for a short term hire (until 31 December 2018) exploring the oxygen regulation of protist respiration, with a concentration on choanoflagellate respiration and feeding.

The goal with this position is to place the respiration of protist organisms in the context of chemical environment into which animals evolved. Ideally, the candidate will have a background in evolutionary biology and the oxygen regulation of organismal metabolism.

The position is part of the Nordcee group at SDU, and is funded by a Villum Foundation Investigator grant aimed at exploring the relationship between the chemical evolution of Earth-service environment and the evolution of life.

Deadline: 26 February 2018.

Please see the full call, including how to apply, on www.sdu.dk.

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