We are looking for a Research Fellow to work as part of the recently funded H2020 project entitled ‘Climate change and future marine ecosystem services and biodiversity (FUTUREMARES)’. The successful candidate will conduct studies on population genomics of marine organisms and oceanographic modelling. The main goal of this post is to combine population genomic data with particle tracking modelling to understand patterns of population connectivity. The successful candidate will join a dynamic team of researchers at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton and will work closely with marine scientists from 56 research institutes across Europe.
The ideal candidate will have earned their PhD or have equivalent experience in biological sciences, and a strong background on population genomics and bioinformatics. Essential skills required for this position include proficiency in the use of Unix/Linux environment, statistical packages, as well as bioinformatics. Individuals with experience in these areas are strongly encouraged to apply.
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