Dr. Jeffry L. Dudycha's lab needs a post doc that has excellent training in Daphnia life history biology, genetics, and epigenetics to study the consequences of spontaneous mutation. Conduct experiments in phenotypic plasticity and expression plasticity in response to dietary manipulations, statistically analyze results, and construct data visualizations of results. Write manuscripts for publication in scientific journals; contribute to writing research grant proposals. Supervise undergraduate students in the lab. Perform general lab duties including but not limited to lab maintenance, ordering and collecting supplies, maintenance of Daphnia cultures, attend regular lab meetings.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Ph.D. or equivalent Biology or a related field
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 99541
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