Current Vacancies

Senior Scientist in Vaccine R&D

UVAXX is a Singapore SME developing and manufacturing autogenous vaccines for aquaculture, looking for an energetic, forward-thinking professional to join the veterinary vaccine and diagnostic unit in Singapore. The successful candidate will play a key role in the development and production of vaccines for aquatic animals, globally.

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Aquatic Animal Health Fellowship at UC Davis

This is a one-year program designed to train post-graduate veterinarians in the field of aquatic animal health. Specifically, this program will train candidates to integrate expertise in aquatic animal medicine into the broader fields of animal, human, and ecosystem health, through experiences from aquaculture, fisheries, public aquaria, companion animal medicine, academia and research. This position is based in Davis, CA, but will require travel throughout California for specialized training.

Deadline for application on 1 March 2019. For more info please click here.

Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor of Marine Aquaculture Science

This 11 month, full time position is part of the UC Davis “Sustainable Marine
Resources Initiative (SMRI): The Future of Food from the Sea”, coordinated by the cross-campus Coastal and Marine Sciences Institute. The candidate will be expected to foster collaborations within the marine science community at UC Davis and beyond. This position will be housed at the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory with additional access to campus research facilities in Davis, CA.

Deadline for application on 15 February 2019. For more info please click here.

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]).