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Postdoc Opportunity - Please Post

Kenneth M. Halanych khalanych at whoi.edu
Mon Nov 12 18:07:03 EST 2001


PLEASE POST

I am seeking a postdoc to work on annelid evolution and development using 
genomic approaches. The individual will work on the WormNet project 
(NSF:Biocomplexity initiative) which seeks to reconstruct annelid 
phylogeny and explore the origins of segmentation in annelids. This project 
represents a multi-PI effort includes the following individuals:  

K. M. Halanych, T Dahlgren	(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
M. Martindale, E. Seaver (University of Hawaii)
D. McHugh (Colgate University)
J. Boore, D. Rokhsar (Joint Genome Institute)

Ideally, an individual with a background in genomic techniques and 
evolution of developmental mechanisms is desired. Research will include 
development of annelids as model organisms and will focus on the evolution 
of genes related to segmentation. While knowledge of phylogenetic 
techniques is desirable, it can be learned once in the lab. This research will 
also include some fieldwork.  

Interest individuals should contact Ken Halanych (khalanych at whoi.edu) 
(preferably by Nov 28). They should also apply to the WHOI postdoctoral 
program (http://www.whoi.edu/education/postdoctoral/scholarship.html) by 
January 15, 2002.  


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Kenneth M. Halanych
Biology Department
MS 33
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543

http://www.whoi.edu/science/B/people/khalanych/kmhpage.html

Phone: (508) 289-3565
Fax:   (508) 457-2134


Friday Harbor Evolution of Developmental Mechanisms Class 2001
http://www.whoi.edu/science/B/people/khalanych/evodevo2001/index.html
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