|From||"Roger Brugge" <email@example.com>|
|Date||Fri, 16 Oct 2015 14:52:31 +0000|
Forwarded from CLIMLIST... Vacancy: PhD or MS Position at Florida State University, Department of Geography and Program in Public Health Description: Four years of funding available for a graduate student. Support will be a mix of Research Assistant (at least 2.5 years) and Teaching Assistant opportunities. The prospective student may start as early as Winter 2015 or as late as Winter 2016. Work in a stimulating environment and be a part of cutting edge research team. The Environmental Protection Agency funded study will examine how extreme indoor conditions, impact human health (e.g. heat stroke, influenza). The study will also quantify how future climate change may increase indoor heat exposure or promote influenza survival. The study partners with emergency medical services in New York City, NY and Atlanta, GA. The position will cover tuition and provide a biweekly stipend. Funded travel opportunities will be available, including collaboration visits where appropriate. Florida State University is located in Florida’s capital city (Tallahassee) affording access to policy makers and state public health departments. Duties include: Assist with data collection Perform data analysis Review relevant literature Disseminate results of research activities at conferences and in peer-reviewed scientific journals Work with other research team members and established investigators Manage project e-mails and other communications Assist in the training of new researchers Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in scientific field General computer skills and the curiosity to learn advanced computing skills for scientific applications such as GIS, R, Matlab and Python Ability to work independently with general guidance Excellent organizational and communications skills If you are interested in the position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> with the following information: ·Your resume or curriculum vitae (CV), including oGrade point average from your last degree oGRE scores, including the percentiles ·Experience working with statistics Please see the following webpages for more information: Personal Webpage: <http://ckuejio.strikingly.com/> Department Webpage: <http://geography.fsu.edu/> Dr. Christopher K. Uejio Assistant Professor Florida State University Department of Geography Tallahassee, FL, USA firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
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