The Department of Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture is seeking a qualified post-doctoral candidate to work on research projects related to social and economic aspects of wildlife disease and conservation issues. The successful candidate will work with faculty members at UT-FWF and other collaborating institutions to  investigate the knowledge, values, risk perception and behavior of amphibian pet owners,  natural area visitors and businesses in the pet industry regarding pathogen transfer and spillover in pet trade network. Specific duties will include designing and administrating mail, email and onsite surveys of pet owners, businesses and natural area visitors, and analyzing data, writing reports/journal manuscripts and presenting at agency meetings and academic conferences. Click here for more information.