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marine mammal research opportunity in Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Subject: marine mammal research opportunity in Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Date: Mon, 20 May 2019 02:06:44 +0000

Dear Colleagues:

    If you are interested in working on marine mammals in China, here is an opportunity to get funding support: . The CAS President’s International Fellowship Initiative, PIFI, is a specific funding program to attract talented foreigners to CAS for scientific exchanges and research cooperation. It is open to scientific research personnel from around the globe, of the following seven types: Distinguished Scientists, Visiting Scientists, Postdoctoral Researchers, Special Experts, Young Staff, Phd Students, and Master students. PIFI is open to applications once a year from early August to mid September. Appraisal results will be released no later than the end of November.


Marine Mammal and Marine Bioacoustics Laboratory of Chinese Academy of Sciences is located in Sanya, Hainan Island, China, focusing on researches in marine mammals (whales, dolphins, porpoises, sea lions, seals, dugongs, and so on); primary research fields include but are not limited to bioacoustics, ecology, biology, and evolution of marine mammals. We work on sound and biosonar production, hearing and noise effect, visual and passive acoustic survey, evolution and conservation of aquatic mammals. The researches of our team involve noise and high-frequency bio-sound recording and analysis, ecological surveys, underwater bio-sound detection, photo-ID, whole-genome sequencing and analysis, and so on.




Best Regards



Songhai Li Ph.D. & Prof.

Marine Mammal and Marine Bioacoustics Laboratory

Institute of Deep-sea Science and Engineering

Chinese Academy of Sciences

28 Luhuitou Road, Sanya, 572000, China

Phone: +86-898-88222393

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