[MARMAM] Graduate Student Position: Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University

Jeremy Arthur Goldbogen jergold at stanford.edu
Tue Nov 19 08:25:09 PST 2013

Graduate Student Position: Hopkins Marine Station, Department of Biology, Stanford University

The Goldbogen Lab at the Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University invites applications for a PhD student starting in 2014. In addition to an interest in the integrative and comparative physiology of marine organisms, the lab seeks candidates with a strong background in mathematics, physics, engineering, statistics and computer science. Research projects of this emerging laboratory may include, but are not limited to, the following: 1) functional morphology and biomechanics, 2) foraging ecology and energetics, 3) biologging of kinematic and physiological parameters, and 4) animal behavior and predator-prey interactions. Current interests of the lab include locomotion, diving physiology, cetacean acoustics, and the biomechanics of vertebrate filter feeders from anchovies to blue whales. Candidates interested in either position should email jergold at stanford.edu and submit a C.V. including a list of publications and contact information for three references. 

Lab webpage: http://goldbogen.stanford.edu

Information on the PhD program in the Department of Biology can be found here: http://biology.stanford.edu/phd-program 

Details on the graduate application process can be found here: 
http://www-marine.stanford.edu/get2hms.html .

Jeremy Goldbogen
Assistant Professor, Hopkins Marine Station
Department of Biology, Stanford University
120 Oceanview Boulevard
Pacific Grove, California 93950
jergold at stanford.edu

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