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Postdoctoral Scholar - Aquaculture
FAES | School of Environment and Natural Resources
The OSU Aquaculture lab seeks a postdoctoral scholar for a 1 year, full-time appointment, with the potential for a second year appointment after review of first year performance. The Postdoctoral scholar will carry out a vigorous program of independent research, write articles for publication, travel to research and professional conferences to present scientific findings, contribute to development of new research projects and preparation of grant proposal submissions, and interact and collaborate with other researchers both within- and outside of OSU to conduct currently funded research and develop new directions for future projects. In addition, the postdoc will be expected to serve as a junior mentor for graduate and undergraduate researchers in the aquaculture laboratory - serving in an advisory role and providing technical support. In addition, the postdoc will serve as a co-instructor for the SENR 5355 course with Dr. Konrad Dabrowski and will be responsible for the following: lab section instruction (6 hours/week), preparation of laboratory recordings/video and materials (2 hours/week), experimental fish maintenance and husbandry, outside of class (2 hours/week), lecture preparation and delivery (1-2 hours/week), course material preparation and grading ( 1-2hours/week) for a total of approximately 13 hours per week.
Required Experience: Demonstrated record of accomplishment in innovative research in fish reproduction, physiology, embryology, and genetics through publication record and previous research experience. Scientific presentations at national and international conferences and professional associations meetings. Practical experience in advising undergraduate and graduate students.
Desired experience: Experience with various freshwater fish species reproduction and genetics, sperm physiology and cryopreservation, embryology, larval stages, polyploidy induction. Experience with analytical techniques that include: microscopy, histology, flow cytometry. Knowledge of experimental design and statistical analysis.
Kottman Hall (0340)
Temporary (Fixed Term)
Negotiable Grade Profile Annual
Final candidates are subject to successful completion of a background check. A drug screen, physical, or psychological screening may be required during the post offer process.
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