2-Year Postdoctoral Position in Fish Schooling Energetics and Biomechanics

I'm currently looking for a post-doctoral researcher to work on fish biomechanics and energetics. The position is open for fall 2020, but the start date is flexible. The duration of the fellowship will be at least 2 years. In addition to broad interests in comparative physiology and biomechanics, I'm ideally looking for a candidate with a strong background in physics or engineering, and experience with techniques in functional morphology, hydrodynamics and energetics of fishes. The postdoc will work on the biomechanics and energetics of schooling fishes. The project will focus on the effect of anthropogenic stressors on swimming and feeding dynamics during collective behavior using forage fishes. Researchers interested in the position should email me and submit a CV including a list of publications, and contact information for three references. Formal application instructions will be posted on this page shortly.

Fully funded PhD studentship in Fish Physiology and Biomechanics

I'm looking for a PhD student to work on fish biomechanics and energetics, starting in the fall semester 2020. The position is fully funded for 4 years, however the student may engage in teaching activities corresponding to a maximum of 20% of a full-time position during the optional 5th year. The ideal candidate will work with me to develop an independent project within the research areas in the lab. Please submit an application by April 23. Link to apply:

Master and undergraduate students

I'm always looking for Master and undergraduate students who want to join the lab. If you're interested, please drop me an email.

The Di Santo Lab at Stockholm University

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