U.S. GO-SHIP post-doctoral fellowships foster participation in analysis and collection of GO-SHIP data. There are two types: those with a broad possible range of research topics and those which specifically support research into ocean tracers.
The former are administered financially through the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, but the Fellow can be resident at the institution of any U.S. GO-SHIP principal investigator during these fellowship. Beginning in 2022, the fellowships will be for two years. Additionally, fellows can serve as co-Chief Scientist on one leg of a U.S. GO-SHIP cruise during their fellowship. If you would like further information, please contact Alison Macdonald and Gregory Johnson.
The latter are administered financially through the University of Washington and the Fellow can be resident at the institution of any of the U.S. GO-SHIP tracer principal investigators. These fellowships are also for two years and fellows are encouraged to participate as part of a sea-going tracer team on a U.S. GO-SHIP cruise during the fellowship. If you would like further information, please contact Prof. Mark Warner
Please see the US GO-SHIP home page opportunity listings for currently available post-doc fellow positions.