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08 Postdoctoral Fellowships at University of Washington, Washington

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Are you holding PhD degree and looking for Postdoctoral Fellowships? University of Washington, Washington invites multiple online application for Postdoctoral Fellowships in various research areas. Candidates interested in Postdoctoral Fellowships can check the details and may apply as soon as possible.

1. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS) is seeking a full-time (100% FTE) postdoctoral researcher to work with an interdisciplinary research team to conduct an environmental assessment of wood products and forest management systems using a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) based modeling approach. The position will be an initial 24 month appointment with the possibility of extension.

The Postdoctoral Scholar will be associated with the Center for International Trade in Forest Products (CINTRAFOR) and contribute to a broad base of research projects, including Life Cycle Assessment of wood products (including mass timber building materials), sustainable building materials and buildings, waste recovery, bioenergy, feedstock logistics, and sustainable forest management. The emphasis of the overall project will be on mass timber construction and related climate-smart forestry practices. 

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2. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences (SEFS) is seeking a full-time (100% FTE) postdoctoral researcher to work with an interdisciplinary team to develop global wood product supply chain models. The position will be an initial 24-month appointment with the possibility of extension.

The Postdoctoral Scholar will be associated with the Center for International Trade in Forest Products (CINTRAFOR) within SEFS and contribute to a broad base of research projects, including global wood products supply chains and related econometric modeling. The successful candidate will be involved primarily in a research project that will provide a comprehensive assessment of the global supply chain for mass timber construction projects, considering construction capabilities, manufacturing capacity, and the reliable supply of sustainable raw materials.

The focus of the project is on the mass timber supply chain and the regional capacities to reliably and sustainably deliver mass timber materials (including cross-laminated panels, glued, laminated beams, and other mass timber construction materials) rather than the technical and performance issues of mass timber construction materials which will vary by project.

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3. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Tropical cyclones (TCs) are a major source of extreme precipitation in tropical and subtropical regions. Accurate TC forecasts are key to predicting precipitation at the sub-seasonal time scale in the continental US as landfalling TCs often bring extreme rain, especially to the coastal regions. Given the potentially catastrophic societal impacts of torrential TC precipitation and — if not correctly simulated — their negative influence on a model’s sub-seasonal precipitation prediction skill, there is a clear need to evaluate sub-seasonal TC prediction and understand its skill in models. The main goal of the project is to identify and understand model biases and systematic errors in the representation of the MJO-TC relationship, a key source of predictability for sub-seasonal TC prediction.

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4. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Simulations with the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model (or a similar framework) will be used to simulate storms during the field campaign, including higher resolution large eddy simulations with WRF-LES that resolve finer features of the flow around the terrain. The postdoc will evaluate the fidelity of the simulations and use them to address questions about the relative roles of upstream conditions (e.g., moisture and aerosols), large-scale meteorology and mesoscale flowfield and cloud processes in producing the observed snowfall during S2noCLIME. The field phase of the project will be in Winter 2025 at the Storm Peak Laboratory at Steamboat Springs ski area in CO. There will be an opportunity to participate in the field during the data collection period from December 1st, 2024 – March 31st, 2025. 

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5. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences (SAFS) at the University of Washington seeks to hire a Postdoctoral Scholar to be supervised by Dr. Christopher Anderson and Dr. André Punt. The position is supported by an award from David and Lucile Packard Foundation and is part of an working group hosted by the Ocean Modelling Forum.

The research will be co-supervised by Dr. Christopher Anderson and Dr. André Punt. The research conducted in Dr. Anderson’s lab focuses on understanding how the incentives presented by different forms of fishery management affect fleetwide economic and social outcomes, and especially how fisheries can support sustainable livelihoods and communities. The Punt lab is dedicated to the development and testing of methods for assessing the past and current status of fish, invertebrate and marine mammal populations. Members use these assessments as the basis for forecasts that evaluate which methods for managing these populations will best achieve the goals established by society for those populations.

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6. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We seek two postdoctoral fellows to join the Mustelin/Najjar lab in the Rheumatology division, University of Washington, Seattle, USA, to lead and collaborate on genomics research projects in systemic autoimmune diseases. These are full-time positions on an annual service period of 12 months (July 1 – June 30). The anticipated start date for these positions is July, 1st 2024.

The fields of autoimmunity and rheumatology have seen important advances in therapeutics that have improved patients’ lives. At the same time, all these advances are based on inhibiting inflammatory molecules that are physiologically important for a healthy immune system. We are interested in the next generation of therapeutics that will be personalized and only target the original disease process. Such treatments can only be created if we reveal the true causes of systemic autoimmune diseases.

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7. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Punt lab is dedicated to the development and testing of methods for assessing the past and current status of fish, invertebrate and marine mammal populations. We use these assessments as the basis for forecasts that evaluate which methods for managing these populations will best achieve the goals established by society for those populations. We are exploring how to manage marine populations in the face of changing societal goals, climate change, ocean acidification, and the lack of data which is typical of the marine environment.

Multispecies assessment models are a useful but underused tool to provide more realistic estimates of stock productivity, to quantify uncertainty in single-species stock assessments, and to support ecosystem-based management. We have developed an initial multispecies stock assessment model (CEATTLE) focused on Pacific hake Merluccius productus, which supports one of the most important commercial fisheries on the US West Coast (generating $60 million in 2017) and is also one of the most abundant predator and prey species in the California Current Ecosystem (CCE). 

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8. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The UW Clean Energy Institute (CEI) invites innovative researchers to apply for a full-time postdoctoral fellowship position at the University of Washington in Seattle. Postdoctoral fellows will conduct research in alignment with UW CEI’s mission to accelerate the adoption of a scalable and equitable clean energy future that will improve the health and economy of our state, nation, and world (e.g. in areas of science, engineering, education, technology transfer, policy, or related areas).

Postdoctoral fellows conducting scientific research will work at the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds alongside world- class faculty from the University of Washington, and have the opportunity to receive joint mentorship from partners at the National Renewable Energy Lab, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, or an industry user of the Washington Clean Energy Testbeds.

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