[ES_JOBS_NET] Postdoctoral Scholar – Health Impacts of Wildfires – Depart. Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto

Postdoctoral Scholar – Health Impacts of
Wildfires – Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied
Chemistry, University of Toronto

A post-doctoral position is available to start in early 2017 at
the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at
University of Toronto. The postdoctoral fellow will lead a study
to investigate exposure to residual fire ash in post-wildfire
urban areas. Duties include but are not limited to: collection and
chemical analysis of environmental samples, evaluating
toxicological response, supervising graduate students and
communicating findings to local communities. A Ph.D. degree in
chemistry, environmental sciences, toxicology or a related field
within the last 5 years (or within 1 year of graduation), and
strong oral and written communication skills are required.
Experience with dust sampling, analysis using GC/MS,
LC/MS, ICP/MS, and/or aerosol chemistry are highly desired.
Interested candidates should send a CV along with 2 first author
publications to Prof. Arthur Chan (arthurwh.chan@utoronto.ca)

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