Interested in joining the Stouffer Lab?

If you...

  • ...are an inquisitive, motivated student.
  • ...wish to explore interesting scientific questions.
  • ...enjoy the idea of mixing research disciplines.
  • ...are passionate about science.
  • ...aren't afraid of computers, math, or statistics.

Then we offer...

  • ...a vibrant research group.
  • ...the opportunity to perform cutting-edge research.
  • ...flexibility to pursue your research interests.
  • ...a strong interdisciplinary environment.

Current openings:

Postdoctoral fellows:

We are seeking applicants for a post-doctoral fellow to study the role of non-additive, higher-order competitive interactions between plants in explaining coexistence and patterns of plant diversity. This position forms part of a larger international effort that includes additional postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers working on related projects from both theoretical and empirical perspectives. Find out how to apply here.

Graduate students:

We are seeking applicants for a PhD student to work on a project related to detecting non-additive, higher-order competitive interactions in plant-community datasets. This student will form part of a larger international effort that includes both postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers working on related projects from theoretical and empirical perspectives. More information about how to apply can be found here.

In addition, the University of Canterbury, however, offers doctoral fellowships twice a year whose deadlines fall in mid-May and mid-October. If you are interested in applying for one of these scholarships, please email Daniel well in advance to express your interest and discuss the application process.