If you are interested in working in my lab, I would recommend that you read through my lab’s webpage and perhaps glance a few articles to see if your interests are compatible with mine. Although my research focuses on nitrogen and carbon biogeochemical cycling, I try very hard to adapt projects to my student’s interests. I am very open to trying new directions of inquiry! I expect students to be very autonomous in their work and to be involved in all stages of their project’s development. As your supervisor, my role is to guide you and give you the tools and opportunities to be successful in your project; your role is to carry the project through to completion including publication in a peer reviewed journal. Therefore it is important that we work together to ensure the project is within your interests and you can achieve both your personal and professional goals.
I often work in collaboration with other people as co-supervisors. The goal here is to support you from different perspectives and provide you with a richer diverse research experience. Whether I am the main advisor, or the co-supervisor, I involve myself in every level of the project and am always available to help.
To apply, you can send a letter of intent and a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will let you know if there is an opening.
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