Professor Dustin Marshall (www.meeg.org) is seeking an evolutionary ecologist to explore the dynamics of biological systems, specifically how size and shape affect the ways resources move through populations and communities.

As a postdoctoral researcher, you will explore how biological entities change their function as they change in size and shape, using empirical and/or theoretical approaches. The research will be conducted in collaboration with Marshall as part of the Centre for Geometric Biology at Monash University.

You will further be expected to maintain consistently high research output in the form of quality publications, supervision of students, development and submission of grant proposals to external funding agencies, contribute more generally to communicating the research activities of the group, and participation in appropriate career development activities.

If you believe you can fulfil these requirements, you are strongly encouraged to apply.

This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.

Your application must address the selection criteria.

Enquiries-

Professor Dustin Marshall, +61 3 9902 4449 or [email protected]
More information can be found at;
http://www.jobs-monash.jxt.net.au/academic-jobs/research-fellow-
biological-sciences-/534851

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