Graduate Positions in Speciation and Sexual Selection in the Larson Lab at the University of Denver
The Larson Lab at the University of Denver is recruiting graduate students (PhD or MS) interested in evolutionary genomics, speciation and sexual selection. Research in the Larson lab focuses on how sexual selection and genomic conflict shape the evolution of reproduction and how divergence in key reproductive traits contribute to speciation.
Graduate students can earn degrees in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Ecology and Evolution or Cell and Molecular Biology. Graduate students will be supported through graduate teaching assistantships for up to 2 (MS) to 5 years (PhD).
Denver is a vibrant city just east of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. The University of Denver is nestled in a residential neighborhood 8 miles southeast of downtown Denver. The campus is connected via light rail to downtown and the broader Front Range region.
Please contact Erica Larson, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information. Additional information can be found at https://secure-web.cisco.com/1PzxrL32PVJ6kWUyFEjuH4muDlEaS4EqBVLqz9xcXX8JDVkAKINOJWyQH19qpZ2N8ypLNh9tdTKp50j6u_wLrYSkzEu_ecXt9E2qRdSMa4QpyfAUFgULFu2FVGEon-5GZjK-5d8EshKJrrpO1x0vdezzKVCbHs4a1FJwuACBlT9093hi1aZD2OHD8qouctWKFlla3-DgnMQdprBoIw8UrJ7zcgUX1cx7XwQDRLjtx5ECybA2MRcORAHlAd5TVbq_GOTo8mSjy59gMvd5LbXjx85L5FllAJGJ_1ueThU4uGzgjry9lbDYY-ZZDbKqZGjmk57Ha2klj5tLP7imH4hKTZjwrVK2ztKVssb0PRsOGLPT0vChyLVQB0FkvhmKXJP8cArCMrjSCKvyff8iurKdp9RMXc7rVxeITBN3dPN1t9B98YPIm7WpKA5nwA6uYMDvU/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.larsonlab.space.