|Title||PhD student starts in Fall 2021|
|Agency, Location||Florida International University|
|Salary||$24,146 per year.|
Developing quantitative modeling approaches to assess and predict fisheries population dynamics. Applying statistical methods to fisheries-dependent and -independent data to improve sampling programs. Current funded researches focus on spiny lobster and red snapper, but open to other marine species. Other duties include administrating database, mentoring undergraduate students, and preparing reports and presentations for scientific meetings.
M.S.in biology, ecology, oceanography or a related field. Applicants should ideally have strong quantitative background and computer programming skills or demonstrate enthusiasm to immerse themselves in these areas. The deadline for application is Jan 5th, 2021. For other graduate admission requirements of Florida International University, please see: https://case.fiu.edu/biology/phd-in-biology/admissions/index.html. Applicants should be sure to request a teaching assistantship on the application form.
Ad Closing Date: Jan 5th, 2021