Post-Doc

Air Quality Data Analytics

Job Description: The postdoctoral researcher will work closely with research teams both in the US and in Central Asia, and research activities will specifically include developing analytics for sensor network calibration, surveillance, and interpretation as well as developing policy relevant mitigation strategies with our in-country partners and stakeholders. Efforts will also include using satellite imagery that will be integrated with ground-based measurements to develop highly resolved spatial maps of PM2.5 across the regions of study.

Exposome and Bioinformatics

Sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), this program focuses on a multi-disciplinary training experience in cancer control and population sciences. The postdoctoral fellowship includes integrated training in cancer etiology and preventive research within a large Cancer Center and School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh.

Academic research: Environmental Micropollutants

The Moritz Schlick early-career programme (MSECP) at the University of Vienna supports early-stage postdocs with high potential for an academic career. Participants in the programme receive outstanding financial support as well as training and mentoring to allow them to develop their full potential. Moritz Schlick early-career Postdoc Programm (univie.ac.at)

 

1. General Description (research group)

PFAS risks related to Treated Wastewater Irrigation

Graduate student, research assistant, and post-doctoral positions are available immediately at the Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science, in Georgetown, South Carolina for the risks of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) caused by treated wastewater irrigation in agricultural soils. This position will be supported by a recently funded USDA-AFRI project entitled “Identifying effective farming practices to reduce risks of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in food crop productions”.

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