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Postdoc in one different area...

Postby Carlos » Wed Jun 15, 2005 8:05 am

Is it possible to find a postdoc place where I can learn new techniques?
My case: I did my PhD in Systematics and Biogeography of Birds using museum material and traditional non molecular methods. Now there is almost no chance for "new users": since I finished my PhD, I'm trying to find a postdoc where I can learn this technique and utilize it, together with all the knowledges that I've accumulated during the my undergraduate and doctoral studies.
Can someone help me with any advice?
Carlos
 

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