Postdoctoral Fellow Position in New Zealand, Auckland University
Designation/Position- Postdoctoral Fellow Position in New Zealand
Auckland University invites application for Postdoctoral Fellow Position in New Zealand from eligible and interested candidates
About- The Aquaculture Biotechnology Research Group (ABRG) at the Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand is advertising for a two-year post-doctoral position to investigate shellfish and finfish health in aquaculture settings using molecular and immunological techniques, as well as metabolomics and other omics approaches. The position is connected to MBIE sub-contract on aquatic health. It is expected that the position will start in June 2019. Postdoctoral Fellow Position in New Zealand
The candidate will work together with a team of national and international scientists to study the application of innovative techniques, in biochemistry, molecular, genetics, immunology and omics on aquaculture production research within New Zealand. The team will be responsible for developing novel applied research relevant to the field, as well as generation of new techniques and approaches to further advance research internationally. The ideal candidate will have marine/aquaculture background, a good comprehension of molecular and genetic tools, omics theory and experience, biochemistry, fish and invertebrate immunology and related statistical analyses.
Research/Job Area- Aquaculture Biotechnology
Location- Auckland University, New Zealand
- Advanced knowledge and experience in biochemistry, molecular, genetics and immunology
- Advanced critical thinking skills to carry out aquaculture research
- Advanced statistical knowledge and experience
- Abilities to work independently and as part of a team
- Ability to mentor other students and support ABRG activities
The Aquaculture Biotechnology Research Group pulls together experts, postgraduate and undergraduate students to work on innovative research that can be applied to the aquaculture industry. The group combines key staff from the fields of aquaculture, chemistry, microbiology, immunology, genetics, commercialisation, etc. and aims to:
- undertake applied research with direct relevance to New Zealand’s growing aquaculture industry
- improve student supervision through a ‘team supervision’ model
- develop research excellence through multidisciplinary and cooperative work
The Aquaculture Biotechnology Research Group is a leading research group that provides applied research with direct benefits to the New Zealand aquaculture industry. Projects are funded by MBIE sub-contracts and industry contracts.
Job/Position Description- The position will require the management, execution and generation of outputs for research projects under the Aquaculture Biotechnology Research Group, with specific focus on the MBIE shellfish and finfish projects. The position will require mentoring and advice to postgraduate students working in this area, design of experiments, sample and data collection and analysis, interpretation of results, writing of scientific manuscripts and production of reports for funding organizations.
How to Apply- Eligible and interested candidate can apply online.
Last Date for Apply– 01 May 2019