Current Vacancies

Aquatic Animal Health Postdoctoral Research Scholar at UC Davis

A post-doctoral research scholar position is available at the University of California at Davis, Aquatic Animal Health Laboratory based at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
The successful candidate will have access to state-of-the-art facilities that investigates fish health focusing on infectious diseases.

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Fish Veterinarian

Pacific Seafood is looking for a Veterinarian to work in conjunction with site Operation Managers and Fish Health Team to manage, maintain and execute all aspects of the Fish Health Plan at the Aquaculture hatcheries and farm in Nespelem, WA, USA.

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Graduate research assistant in Aquatic Animal Health

Dr. Cova Arias’ laboratory at Auburn University’s School of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences is seeking for a graduate research assistant in Aquatic Animal Health with emphasis on fish microbiome. The candidate will be trained as disease diagnostician as part of the Southeastern Cooperative Fish Parasite and Disease Project within the School of Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences at Auburn University.

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Professor and Head of the Institute of Aquaculture

The University of Stirling is a leading UK teaching and research-intensive university. Since its foundation, the University has embraced its role as an innovative, intellectual and cultural institution with a pioneering spirit and a passion for excellence in all that it does.

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Zebrafish-Related Job Announcements

The Job advertisement board of the community of Zebrafish researchers.


EMBL Interdisciplinary Postdocs (EIPOD)

The EIPOD programme underlines EMBL’s strong commitment to promoting interdisciplinary research. The institution has a long-standing tradition of scientific excellence that builds on highly interactive research between the group leaders of different research units. EIPOD projects capitalize on synergies emerging at the borders of overlapping yet separate scientific fields, and involve transferring techniques to a novel context. The programme is open to all nationalities and offers about 20 positions annually.

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If you are a prospective employer looking to recruit someone with expertise in fish and shellfish pathology please provide necessary details by emailing the EAFP web-master: Dr Bartolomeo Gorgoglione ([email protected]).