A postdoctoral position is available immediately with Prof. Andrew DeWoody at Purdue University to work on the conservation genomics of threatened vertebrate populations. We have in hand (or are actively generating) whole genome resequencing and/or reduced representation data in mammals, birds, herps, and fishes. Many of our questions revolve around conservation issues (e.g., differentiation and taxonomy) but we are also exploiting the data to address evolutionary questions. The successful applicant will help identify exciting but tractable goals associated with one or more of our ongoing projects. Interested applicants should reach out to me directly (email@example.com) *after* reading about the unusual circumstances in our lab (at our lab website and in Science 366 (6464) 542) *and* if they are willing and able to start by August 2022.
PhD associated with population genetics/genomics and with a demonstrable publication record in peer-reviewed journals; ability and/or desire to work with whole genome sequence data