Scion's entomology team is looking to fill a senior scientist role as an insect ecologist. The ideal candidate will be someone with experience in tree/insect/pathogen interactions, and the gumption to conceptualise and develop programmes of work designed to enhance the sustainability, resilience and productivity of New Zealand's forest. Someone with excellent insect identification skills is also highly desirable.
Please find the job advertisement here: Insect Ecologist - Scion - Careers at Science New Zealand<https://careers.sciencenewzealand.org/jobdetails/ajid/hIlo9/Insect-Ecologis…>. Closes 5 November 5 pm NZDT.
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From: Thomas Kirisits <thomas.kirisits(a)boku.ac.at>
Sent: Dienstag, 5. Oktober 2021 19:24
Subject: Advertisement for a postdoc position in Forest Pathology at BOKU - application deadline extended until 18 October 2021
Please note that the application deadline for the postdoc position we have advertised in mid-September (see below) has been extended to 18 October 2021.
I encourage interested candidates to apply. Likewise, please circulate the announcements to potential applicants.
With kind regards,
We are presently advertising a postdoc position in Forest Pathology (or closely related fields) at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) in Vienna (Austria).
For the announcement of the position (in German and English) see the following links:
The positions are limited to 6 years, plus the potential option of a permanent position after this period.
I encourage interested candidates to apply. Likewise, please circulate the announcements to potential applicants. Deadline for applications is
3 October 2021, but depending on the number of potentially interesting candidates applying, this deadline may be extended.
With kind regards,
Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Thomas Kirisits Institute of Forest Entomology, Forest Pathology and Forest Protection
Department of Forest and Soil Sciences (WABO) University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU) Peter-Jordan-Straße 82 (Schwackhöferhaus)
Tel.: ++43 1 47-654-91611
The IUFRO conference, "Biological Invasions in forests: Trade, ecology and
management" 20-24 September was a big success. For those of you who missed
any of the talks, videos of each of the in-person and remote presentations
can be viewed at:
Andrew Liebhold http://sandyliebhold.com
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Dear friends ,
Our University has decided to open my professorship in Forest Pathology. Please feel free to contact for more information.
An appointment as Professor in Forest Pathology is vacant in the Department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala. Our department provides a dynamic and international research environment that comprises experts who conduct fundamental and applied research on interactions between microorganisms and plants, mycology, microbial ecology and evolution, and biodiversity. Central themes are forest and plant pathology and nutrient and carbon cycling in agricultural and forest ecosystems. About half of the research in the department is in the area of pathology of crops and forest trees. The position is placed in the subject area of forest pathology. Current research focus on infection biology of forest pathogenic fungi and resistance biology of trees, and includes systematics and identification of fungi, fungal genomics and population genetics of fungi. Other research areas are biodiversity and invasive species in forest ecosystems, as well as applied research in forest management and resistance breeding. The department is responsible for and participate in teaching in forest and plant pathology in several programs and courses.
The subject area for the position is forest pathology. The subject includes disease on trees and forest ecosystems, primarily those caused by pathogenic fungi. The research can include, but is not limited to, interactions between trees and pathogenic fungi, fundamental biology (genomics, evolution, ecology) of forest pathogenic fungi, disease resistance, and research on invasive species. The research can address both fundamental and applied research questions of relevance for the subject area, forest ecosystems and forest health.
Application deadline: 2021-11-22
For more information and to apply: https://www.slu.se/en/about-slu/work-at-slu/jobs-vacancies/?rmpage=job&rmjo…
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