The Marine Stress and Ocean Health Program at the Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life at the New England Aquarium takes an integrated approach to marine wildlife health with an emphasis on understanding the impacts of human activities on marine species and habitats. We conduct cutting-edge research in marine endocrinology on whales, manatees, seals, and sea turtles, and our scientists are validating new research approaches and following trends in the health of individual North Atlantic right whales and across the population over decades.
We seek a dynamic and accomplished research scientist to join our Marine Stress and Ocean Health Program. A Ph.D., DVM, or equivalent terminal degree in a marine science/conservation related field and a minimum of 5 years of relevant research experience is required. A taxonomic focus on marine mammals is desired, given past work in this program. The detailed job description and requirements are posted at the link below:
While we encourage interested parties to apply and be considered right away, the deadline for submission is Friday March 29, 2019.