I am pleased to announce the availability of PhD positions in Evolutionary Genetics in the Cutter Lab at the University of Toronto. Research topics include:
*Computational evolutionary genomics with Caenorhabditis
*Empirical and experimental genetics of breeding system and dauer development
*Computational theory of mutation and molecular evolution
Ideal candidates will have experience working with C. elegans, bioinformatics, simulation modeling, or evolutionary problems.
Details about research in the Cutter Lab and contact information can be found on the lab webpage:
More information about the application process can be found on the departmental webpage:
The University of Toronto is in downtown Toronto, a vibrant, multicultural city on Lake Ontario, with rich cultural options in the arts, music and film, ethnic cuisine, and a high quality of life. The EEB department is home to an interactive, collegial group of geneticists, evolutionary biologists, and ecologists, with close ties to the Centre for the Analysis of Genome Evolution and Function.