Research Position in Animal Behaviour and Scent Communication at University of Liverpool, UK 2012

The Mammalian Behaviour & Evolution Group seek an individual with a background and interest in animal behaviour for a BBSRC-funded programme aiming to develop our understanding of the scent signals used by rodents and identify how such scent signals could be deployed to improve the effectiveness, sustainability and humaneness of rodent control. The post is available for 3 years.

You should have a degree in a relevant area of Biological Science, with excellent organisational and teamwork skills and an aptitude for experimental research. Experience of rodent handling and behaviour would be advantageous

Scholarship Deadline: 2 March 2012

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