Post-doctoral Scholar in Ecology in Davis, CA for Vector Genetics Lab at University of California, Davis
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Post-doctoral Scholar in Ecology
Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position Mosquito Ecology University of California, Davis     The Vector Genetics Laboratory (VGL) at the University of California, Davis is seeking applications for a post-doctoral research scholar position in the area of MOSQUITO ECOLOGY. The VGL is dedicated to research and training in the areas of population & molecular genetics, genomics and bioinformatics of insect vectors of human and animal disease. The VGL research agenda is aimed at expanding knowledge that may be applied to improving control of disease vectors and at the same time addresses problems


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