|Title||MS Graduate Research Assistantship|
|Agency, Location||Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University|
|Salary||Approximately $23,000 per year plus tuition|
The successful applicant will conduct a two-year research project describing the dynamics of infection severity and developing tools to evaluate the progression of copepod-associated gill damage in juvenile Chinook salmon held in Willamette basin reservoirs.
The successful applicant should be highly motivated and have a B.S. in fisheries, biology, zoology, parasitology, ecology or closely related field. Special consideration will be given to students with and interest and skills in developing experimental tools in the laboratory to then apply to field studies. Minimum academic qualifications include verbal and quantitative GRE scores above the 50th percentile and a 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 system).
Ad Closing Date: Until filled. Selection will be made by April 2020
James Peterson; [email protected]