The School of Anthropology and Conservation is seeking to appoint an ambitious and collaborative Post-Doctoral Research Associate to work within the ERC NewHuman grant. The successful candidate will have specific research experience in the collection, processing, and analysis of hominin teeth via microtomography. You will be working within a well established research group and will be keen to help lead and supervise members within this group, as well as help with teaching if/when necessary. As Post-Doctoral Research Associate you will: Directing the analysis of hominin dental remains within the NewHuman grant; Disseminate the findings of relevant research through an array of media, including publishing in the peer-reviewed literature; Take an active role in the Biological Anthropology academic theme, engaging in discussions, participating in meetings, and assisting postgraduate students.
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