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Marine Animal Physiology – Assistant Professor

Posted by , on 11 October 2022

Location: San Diego, CA, USA

Closing Date: 30 June 2023

The Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) at the University of California, San Diego invites applications for an Assistant Professor position in Marine Animal Physiology. We seek candidates who take innovative approaches to address fundamental physiological questions regarding invertebrate or vertebrate marine animals. Example areas of research include (but are not limited to) neurophysiology, diving physiology, cardiac and respiratory physiology, osmotic and acid-base regulation, energy metabolism, biomineralization, biomechanics, symbiosis, immunology, and reproduction. A successful candidate would integrate physiology at the organismal level with molecular, biochemical and cellular biology, and/or environmental physiology. A comparative and evolutionary approach, as well as links to climate change biology, aquaculture, ecotoxicology or conservation are encouraged. We seek applicants with the expertise and desire to teach lecture- and laboratory-based physiology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.  SIO is a world-renowned center of solid Earth, planetary, oceanographic, biological, and atmospheric research with over 200 principal investigators leading research programs. SIO is part of the University of California, San Diego, which is one of the top research universities in the world. We are committed to academic excellence and diversity within the faculty, staff, and student community.  Application Deadline for full consideration, November 21, 2022

Closing Date: 30 June 2023

Scientific fields: Cell biology, Development and disease, Neural development, Evo-devo and eco-evo-devo, Gametogenesis and fertilisation, Homeostasis and aging, Metabolism and physiology, Signalling

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Duration: Permanent

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