[ECOLOG-L] postdoctoral positions in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Toronto

Banting (NSERC) postdoctoral positions in the Department of Ecology and
Evolutionary Biology (EEB) at the University of Toronto, starting between April
2017 and October 2017.

EEB is now accepting brief ‘pre-applications’ for the prestigious Banting
Postdoctoral Fellowships in the areas of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology,
broadly defined. Canadians and non-Canadians are eligible for these fellowships
that provide 2 years of support at $70,000 per year. For full information on the
Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships, including eligibility and evaluation criteria,
please see this website: http://ift.tt/RZVgdR

For applicants wishing to do a postdoc at the University of Toronto, the
applicants should first contact and obtain the agreement of a faculty advisor
(or co-advisors) who is a member of EEB’s graduate faculty. Please see this list
for eligible faculty members: http://ift.tt/1IMiwDu

Further information on the application process will be available here by June
24: http://ift.tt/28KNTRf
us/employment/postdocs/bantingpostdoc2016.htm

The University of Toronto is a leading academic institution in Canada with over
60 faculty members specializing in ecology and evolution. Strong links exist
between the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and the Royal Ontario
Museum, the Centre for Global Change, the School of the Environment, and the
Faculty of Forestry. The University owns a nearby field station dedicated to
ecological and evolutionary research (the Koffler Scientific Reserve,
http://www.ksr.utoronto.ca). The department also has a partnership with the Ontario
Ministry of Natural Resources that helps provide access to infrastructure,
including lab facilities in Algonquin Provincial Park (www.harkness.ca),
funding, and long-term data sets. Genomic analyses are supported by the Centre
for the Analysis of Genome Evolution and Function (http://ift.tt/1F6cN66) and as
well as other facilities.

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