Recruiting postdoc(s) in organismal responses to climate change

Recruiting 1-2 postdocs to join the Buckley lab at U Washington Biology (remote possible) and participate in the NSF funded TrEnCh project, which aims to build capacity for Translating Environmental Change into organismal responses. They will conduct research aligned with the project and will contribute to the development of computational and visualization tools. Potential research topics are flexible and include characterizing how organisms experience climate variability and change; examining how thermal sensitivities evolve and influence the incidence of thermal stress; and developing methods to predict phenology, abundance, and distribution responses to environmental change based on organismal characteristics. The study system is flexible, but lab research focuses on montane butterflies and grasshoppers as well as lizards. Appointment: 1 year with possible renewal. Review of applications on a rolling basis. The start date is flexible, though earlier dates are preferred. Info and apply: or