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> UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON
>> Wildlife Disease Ecology Studies
>>Two research associate positions are available to work on various wildlife
>disease studies. Projects include a range of avian and mammalian species
>and wildlife disease problems such as avian cholera, avian malaria, and
>chronic wasting disease. Topics of investigation include demographic
>impacts of disease, temporal and spatial patterns of disease agents,
>disease transmission dynamics, and estimation of demographic rates using
>mark-recapture data. The position will be supervised by the Principal
>Investigator, and will work in close consultation and collaboration with
>state and federal wildlife disease specialists, wildlife biologists, and
>1. Masters or Ph.D. degree in wildlife biology, zoology, ecology,
>epidemiology, or closely related field.
>2. Strong background in population biology, demographic analysis, and
>3. Knowledge of wildlife disease ecology.
>4. Experience and knowledge in computer applications and statistical
>5. Demonstrated ability in oral and written communication.
>>Salary range: $30,000 - $36,000 per year
>>Location: Principal work stations will be at the University of Wisconsin
>and the National Wildlife Health Center, Madison, WI.
>>Application deadline: February 15, 2003
>>Contact: Send a current curriculum vitae documenting appropriate knowledge,
>skills, and experience, together with names, telephone numbers, and e-mail
>addresses of 3 references who can substantiate training, work experience
>and related skills, to Ms. Deb Carroll, Department of Wildlife Ecology, 204
>Russell Laboratory, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
>>For further information contact the Principal Investigator: Dr. Michael D.
>Samuel, USGS - National Wildlife Health Center, 6006 Schroeder Road,
>Madison, WI 53711 Phone: (608) 270-2441 FAX: (608) 270-2415
>E-mail: Michael_Samuel at usgs.gov
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