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  1. The Delmore Lab at the University of Texas A&M is looking for PhD students to join our group. We study speciation using hybrid zones and work at both the micro and macroevolutionary scale. One of our research streams focuses on speciation genomics and includes work on the processes that generation genome-wide variation in estimates of differentiation. We use both genomic data and computer simulations to address this question. Another research stream focuses on behaviour – how variation in behavioural traits contributes to speciation and the molecular basis of these tr
  2. The Delmore Lab at the University of Texas A&M is looking for PhD students to join our group. We study speciation using hybrid zones and work at both the micro and macroevolutionary scale. One of our research streams focuses on speciation genomics and includes work on the processes that generation genome-wide variation in estimates of differentiation. We use both genomic data and computer simulations to address this question. Another research stream focuses on behaviour – how variation in behavioural traits contributes to speciation and the molecular basis of these tr
  3. Postdoctoral Research Associate Delmore Lab, Texas A&M University delmorelab.com POSITION We are looking for a postdoc to collaborate on projects related to the genetic basis of behavioral traits and their role in speciation. We focus primarily on courtship behavior and migration in songbirds and there will be an emphasis on the use of bioinformatics tools. The exact projects can be flexible but we are especially interested in having someone join our efforts on an existing project comprised of several gene expression datasets. This is a great opportunity get your
  4. The Delmore Lab at the University of Texas A&M is looking for PhD students to join our group. We study speciation using hybrid zones and work at both the micro and macroevolutionary scale. One of our research streams focuses on speciation genomics and includes work on the processes that generation genome-wide variation in estimates of differentiation. We use both genomic data and computer simulations to address this question. Another research stream focuses on behaviour – how variation in behavioural traits contributes to speciation and the molecular basis of these traits. One of the
  5. Postdoctoral Research Associate Speciation Genomics Delmore Lab, Texas A&M University delmorelab.com POSITION Recent advances in sequencing technologies have allowed us to answer questions in the speciation literature we couldn’t even begin to approach before. These advances have also resulted in the generation of new exciting questions in speciation genomics. We are searching for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to lead a project on this topic. One example of a research avenue we are interested in is the observation that estimates differentiation betw
  6. Postdoctoral Research Associate Behavioural Genomics Delmore Lab, Texas A&M University delmorelab.com POSITION Behavioural genomics has seen a substantial increase in research interest over the last years, with an interest in the evolutionary literature to expand beyond studying the genetic basis of morphological traits to study behaviours in this context. Seasonal migration is a great candidate for this expansion; advances in movement ecology are allowing us to track organisms like songbirds on migration and are paralleled by advances in sequencing technolo
  7. *GENETICS OF MIGRATION* Tuesday 4th April - Friday 7th April 2017 Venue: Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Biology, Pl=F6n, Germany *REGISTRATION DEADLINE DECEMBER 1ST* We are pleased to announce that a symposium on the Genetics of Migration will be held at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Biology (Pl=F6n, Germany) in spring 2017 (April 4th-7th). The aim of the symposium is to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of scientists working on the ecology, genomics, epigenetics, evolutionary theory and biostatistics of animal migration. The development of next generation sequenc
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