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The Department of Zoology has around 100 staff employees in five divisions: Animal ecology, Ethology, Population genetics, Functional animal morphology, Systematic zoology, and an external research station. The Division of Functional animal morphology does research in neuroscience, endocrinology, reproductive biology, sensory physiology, behaviour, genomics and evolution in insects, water fleas, and fish with access to imaging, genomics and bioinformatics facilities. The division seeks an internationally renowned applicant who has received a PhD-degree no more than five years before the application deadline (28 June 2018) and has a strong record in experimental biology with a focus on the physiology or functional morphology of animals. Responsibilities include research and some teaching and supervision.
For more details and application submission see:
Prof. Linda Laikre, Prof. Heinrich Dircksen