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Adrienne Kovach

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  1. As part of a new, collaborative NSF-funded research and training program in the genomic ecology of coastal organisms, the University of New Hampshire is seeking three new PhD students who will study genome-phenome relationships in the wild. Students will conduct both field work and genomic analyses towards understanding adaptation and fitness associations in tidal marsh sparrows. Field work during summer months may involve supervising field crews in tidal marshes across the northeastern US, from Maine to Virginia. Genomic analyses may include whole-genome and exome sequencing, candidate gene
  2. Postdoctoral Researcher – Ecological Genomics & Bioinformatics University of New Hampshire A postdoctoral position in Ecological Genomics & Bioinformatics is available at the University of New Hampshire, as part of a large, collaborative NSF-funded EPSCoR Track-2FEC research and training program in the genomic ecology of coastal organisms and genome-phenome relationships in the wild. The postdoctoral scientist will conduct assembly of genomes and transcriptomes and analysis of genomic and transcriptomic data to identify signatures of selection and the genomic architecture of
  3. As part of a new, collaborative NSF funded EPSCoR Track-2FEC research and training program in the genomic ecology of coastal organisms and genome-phenome relationships in the wild, the University of Maine seeks to hire a postdoctoral researcher who will develop and conduct meta-analyses on the spatial and temporal scales of phenotypic and genomic evolution in the wild. The postdoc will conduct meta-analyses based on existing and new evolutionary rates databases to understand important spatial aspects of phenotypic divergence from microgeographic to global scales. This work will be conducted
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