The Quantitative Ecology Lab, led by Dr. Raisa Hernández Pacheco at California State University – Long Beach (CSULB), invites applications for a postdoctoral fellow in primate population ecology. The position is part of a US National Science Foundation-funded research project focused on the evolutionary demography of social mammals with a particular interest in understanding how the social environment experienced by individuals affect the eco-evolutionary dynamics of their populations. The project is highly interdisciplinary and seeks to jointly evaluate behavioral, physical, and cognitive data of rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) at the Cayo Santiago Biological Field Station in Puerto Rico. The position is based at CSULB, and depending on the candidate’s interests and skill set, opportunities for field work at Cayo Santiago are also available. This project will allow for many opportunities for the postdoctoral fellow to strengthen and grow their research program in population ecology and/or evolutionary demography.
For details and how to apply, visit https://www.csulb.edu/biological-sciences/quantitative-ecology-lab/join-the-lab
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