Northwest Fisheries Science Center

Ecotoxicology Research Areas


Dr. Nat Scholz
Program Manager
Staff Directory

For postdocs

Postdoctoral associates make important contributions to Center research. In recent years, the National Research Council's Research Associate Program ( The next link/button will exit from NWFSC web site RAP) has been the primary vehicle for supporting postdocs in Ecotoxicology and other Center Programs. At present, four Ecotox investigators are RAP advisors. They include Mary Arkoosh, John Incardona, Jim Meador, and Nat Scholz. A representative description of a RAP research opportunity can be found on the RAP's Lab Opportunities at NOAA's The next link/button will exit from NWFSC web site website. Prospective postdocs interested in the RAP should contact one of the advisors listed above. Other postdoctoral funding opportunities may also apply. Examples include the Society for Conservation Biology's David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship and postdoctoral fellowships aligned with relevant National Science Foundation programs.
  •  Jessica Lundin
    Jessica Lundin is a National Research Council Postdoctoral Associate currently working with the Ecotoxicology Program. Her research focuses on modeling the impacts of toxic chemicals on west coast salmon at the population and landscape scales.