[MARMAM] PhD Opportunity for a veterinarian
MCiaglia at zoo.nsw.gov.au
Sun Mar 4 14:49:16 PST 2007
> PhD Opportunity for a veterinarian
> The Australian Marine Mammal Research Centre (AMMRC), Sydney, has an
> opening for a PhD student to commence in March 2008.
> The PhD student would need to be a qualified veterinarian with
> clinical experience in anaesthetics.
> While the focus of the PhD would need to be on Antarctic pinnipeds the
> project itself can be either one the successful candidate has chosen
> or a component of an existing project being conducted as part of our
> current research program.
> A requirement of the student would be that they are available to
> participate in the 2007/08, 2008/09 and 2009/10 Antarctic field
> seasons (3 to 4 months over summer). There is no scholarship
> associated with this project so the successful candidate would need
> to be eligible for a scholarship or have other means to financially
> support themselves for the duration of their PhD. Program support,
> equipment, logistical support and your travel to and from Antarctica
> and support while in Antarctica, are supported by the AMMRC program.
For a copy of the Centre's ten year report outlining the research
activities of the Centre please email mciaglia at zoo.nsw.gov.au.
> If you are interested in being considered for this position please
> forward a copy of your University transcript along with your CV to
> mciaglia at zoo.nsw.gov.au by 5.00pm Friday 27 April 2007.
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