The DeWoody lab at Purdue University is actively recruiting new graduate students for admission in the fall of 2018 to work on research near the interface of population genetics, molecular ecology, and conservation biology. See the lab website for more information (especially the section for Potential Students), see the FNR departmental website for more info on the admissions process into the Dept. of Forestry & Natural Resources (the academic home of most students in the lab), or the BIOL departmental website for admissions into the Dept. of Biological Sciences (which is another possibility). Contact Andrew DeWoody via email (email@example.com) if you would like more information.
Students should have an interest in biological research; recent study organisms include golden eagles, gray whales, passerine birds, and gamebirds. Ideal candidates will have previous experience in a genetics/genomics lab (including at least one publication) and an immersive field experience, but all candidates will be considered.