Job: M.Sc. students
|Agency, Location||Mount Allison Univ, NB, Canada|
|Salary||$18,000 CDN plus tuition|
Two M.Sc. students to conduct research on shortnose sturgeon aquaculture
M.Sc. 1 will work on the development of hormone levels, histological status, ultrasonographic imaging and geometric morphology to assess sex at an early stage and to develop protocols to assess egg staging for reproduction and shortnose sturgeon caviar production.
Undergraduate degree in biological science with experience and/or interest in aquaculture and reproductive physiology. Priority will be given to candidate that demonstrate skills in writing, oral presentations, data analyses, laboratory techniques and field work.
Matthew K. Litvak, Professor of Biology, Mount Allison Univ.