Post Doctoral Research Associate
A postdoctoral research associate position is available in the laboratories of Drs. Amy Krist and Sarah Collins at the University of Wyoming. This position is part of a multi-institution, 4-year NSF EPSCoR Track-II grant titled “From Genes to Ecosystems: Harnessing Elemental Data to Detect Stoichiometric Control-Points and their Consequences for Organismal Evolution.” The successful applicant will combine tools emerging from the data revolution with the ecological stoichiometry framework. With the support of the interdisciplinary team, the postdoc will work to advance our understanding of how the supply of elements constrain ecological and evolutionary processes in aquatic ecosystems. The postdoc will develop their own research activities related to stoichiometric controls on foodwebs, stoichiometric constraints on organismal diversity and functional trait diversity, or stoichiometric controls on intraspecific variation across diverse ecosystems. More information about the STOICH project can be found at [https://stoichproject.org].
The position is 100% research. The salary is competitive and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The anticipated start date is January 1, 2022, but is negotiable. The position is renewable for up to three years contingent upon performance.
The University of Wyoming has strong research programs in ecology and evolutionary biology across multiple departments, including Botany, Zoology and Physiology, Ecosystem Science and Management, Plant Sciences, and the Program in Ecology.