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Postdoctoral Fellowships in Early Avian Evolution
Update time: 10/19/2020
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Min Wang’s research team at Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology (IVPP), Chinese Academy of Sciences, is working on various aspects relating to the origin and early evolution of birds during the Mesozoic. His team is now looking for 2-3 Postdocs that share same interest and would like contribute something new. The project is focused on anatomy of Mesozoic birds as well as their close dinosaurian relatives using computed tomography (CT) scanning, and comparative phylogenetic analyses. Other topics are also acceptable after discussion.   


Applicants should have the following qualifications

Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in one of the following fields, including anatomy, paleontology, evolutionary biology, or statistics.

Applicants should be familiar with software used in CT reconstruction (e.g., Avizo, VG, Mimics), or comparative phylogenetic analyses (e.g., R language).

Applicants should have a strong publication record relating to Evolutionary Biology (no less than five peer-reviewed papers published as the first author, including at least one in Nature Index).

The Postdoctoral fellowships are for 2 to 3 years, but flexible depending on the progress of the projects as well as the applicants.


What We Offer

An opportunity to live with thousands exquisitely preserved Mesozoic birds and feathered non-avian dinosaurs;

As a Postdoctoral fellow we offer support that can help you focus on and build your research: no obligation to apply for grants, such as the highly completive National Natural Science Foundation of China;

Well-equipped lab with CT scanning, SEM, TEM, histological section, along with many other facilities;

Annual salary no less than RMB 250,000 Yuan;

And, an opportunity to embracing Chinese culture in Beijing.

How to apply

Candidates shall send CV and no more than five peer-reviewed papers published as first or corresponding author to this address: wangmin@ivpp.ac.cn.

For more information please visit the website: http://www.ivpp.cas.cn/sourcedb_ivpp_cas/yw/rckyw/201803/t20180302_4969186.html

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