Jr. Specialist-Schreier/Finger in Davis, CA for University of California Davis
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Jr. Specialist-Schreier/Finger
Jr. Specialist-Schreier/FingerThis position provides technical, scientific and organizational assistance to Dr. Amanda Finger's research at the Genomic Variation Lab (GVL) in the Department of Animal Science, which focuses using molecular techniques to promote the conservation of threatened and endangered fish species in California and Nevada. The research is designed to address ecological and population genetics questions using a variety of genetic techniques. The research contributes to the generation of fundamental knowledge about fish and wildlife populations of interest. Many projects at the GVL also aim to inform collabora


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