We are interested in integrating field research with experimental and observational epidemiological studies on wildlife population health and their habitats.
Dr. Mateus-Pinilla’s research focuses on epidemiology, conservation, restoration and preservation of Natural Resources while encouraging a responsible response to societal needs concerning disease impact to human, livestock and wildlife health.
- Postdoctoral research associate opportunity to conduct research at the interface of wildlife disease epidemiology and population genetics in white tailed deer.
- Hourly laboratory opportunities to work with tissue samples, data entry, and overall organization and support of the laboratory operations.
** Dedication, commitment, attention to detail and willingness to work with biological samples, in a diverse research environment are required. E-mail me for additional information.