Graduate position: University of Notre Dame, Ecological Speciation

The Jeff Feder lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at the

University of Notre Dame, in Notre Dame, Indiana has a graduate student

position available for studying the genomics of ecological adaptation and

speciation in insects. Our research has both laboratory and field

components, spanning the realms of ecology and evolution from experimental

manipulation studies to high throughput DNA sequencing, focused on

discerning the adaptive basis of speciation and its genomic underpinnings.

Ideally, we seek individuals with experience in bioinformatics and

candidates with past research experience (e.g., in a master=E2=80=99s program), for

the position.  However, all highly motivated students are encouraged to

apply. The Department provides graduate students with generous stipend

support and benefits. To apply please e-mail a CV, personal statement of

interest, and contact information for three references to

For additional information about our lab and graduate program, please see and, respectively.