PhD position in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology available at Texas A&M University starting Fall 2022.
Dr. Claudio Casola, Associate Professor in the Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology at Texas A&M University, is recruiting a student to pursue a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (https://eeb.tamu.edu/graduate-program/) starting fall 2022. The student will participate in an evolutionary genomic project in the area of de novo gene evolution. The successful candidate will have a BS or MS in biology, bioinformatics, or related fields. Previous experience with genomic data analysis and proficiency in programming (python, R, etc.) are highly recommended. Support will be provided through teaching with the possibility of research assistantships throughout grant funding. Fall and Spring semesters tuitions and fees are covered for all EEB graduate students. Funds to travel to professional meetings will be provided. The EEB Program is committed to building a diverse community and strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, individuals with disabilities, and LGBTQ individuals.
Undergraduate students excited about working on genomics, bioinformatics and evolution and interested in learning programming skills are invited to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org).