Postdoctoral Scientist Position – Integrated Population Model for Black Bears – Application due June 3, 2019
We seek a postdoctoral scientist to develop an integrated population model for black bears in Maine. The postdoctoral scientist will work closely with scientists and managers at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, in addition to the principal investigators at Cornell University and University of Washington.The postdoc will be supervised by Dr. Angela Fuller, New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Cornell University and Dr. Sarah Converse, Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Washington. The postdoc will be located at either Cornell University, Ithaca, New York or University of Washington, Seattle, Washington – to be negotiated. Please see the Full Position Announcement here.
Postdoctoral Scientist Position Opening (filled)
We are looking for a postdoctoral scientist to join our lab group focused on density estimation of American marten in the Adirondacks and occupancy modeling for a suite of carnivore species across New York. Marten are a harvested furbearer species in New York, but are known to be sensitive to fragmentation. We have data from across New York to evaluate co-occurrence dynamics of marten and fisher as well as other carnivore species. We have some very large data sets and are looking for a motivated postdoc with strong quantitative skills. Ithaca, New York is a beautiful part of the state and Cornell is amazing! Work with Fuller Lab, Dr. Paul Jensen of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and Dr. Daniel Linden. Download Announcement Here