Graduate position: LouisianaStateU.FungalMammalCoevolution

Graduate opportunity in fungal / mammal co-evolution

Jake Esselstyn ( and Vinson Doyle
( at
Louisiana State University are seeking a graduate student to investigate
patterns and processes of co-evolution between mammalian hosts and their
associated lung fungi. We encourage prospective candidates with interests
in fungal or mammal systematics, co-evolution, emerging infectious
diseases, and molecular phylogenetics to contact us.

The successful applicant would be enrolled in the Department of Biological
Sciences (, with likely office space
in the Museum of Natural Science ( LSU is home
to a large, interactive community of evolutionary biologists and is an
excellent destination for graduate studies in these fields.

Please contact us for further details:
Jake Esselstyn:
Vinson Doyle:

Jake Esselstyn
Museum of Natural Science
Louisiana State University
119 Foster Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

phone: (225) 578-3083
fax: (225) 578-3075

Want to support mammal research at LSU? Donate to the
Alfred L Gardner and Mark S Hafner Mammalogy Fund at:

Jacob A Esselstyn <>