Post Doc in molecular evolutionary genetics
lim at aecad8.maem.umr.edu
Fri Sep 24 12:41:09 EST 1993
hey at mbcl.rutgers.edu wrote:
: PostDoctoral Position in Molecular Evolutionary Genetics
: The position is a two or three year appointment and will begin,
: ideally, sometime between December 1992 and June 1993. The major
: research activities will be generating and analyzing data on DNA
: sequence variation from within and among species of Drosophila.
: Recent PhD's with interests in the genetics of speciation and
: genealogical models of evolutionary forces are encouraged to
: inquire. The local intellectual environment at Rutgers is very
: research oriented and strong in both empirical and theoretical
: aspects of evolutionary biology.
: Some recent papers:
: Hey, J. and R. M. Kliman. (1993). Population genetics and
: phylogenetics of DNA sequence variation at multiple loci within and
: among species of the Drosophila melanogaster complex. Molecular
: Biology and Evolution 10:804-822.
: Kliman, R. M. and J. Hey. (1993) DNA sequence variation at the
: period locus within and among species of the Drosophila melanogaster
: complex. Genetics 133: 375-387
: Hey, J. 1992. Using phylogenetic trees to study speciation and
: extinction. Evolution 46: 627-640.
: Hey, J. 1991. The structure of genealogies and the distribution of
: fixed differences between DNA sequence samples from natural
: populations. Genetics 128: 831-840.
: Hey, J. 1991. A multi-dimensional coalescent process applied to
: multi-allelic selection models and migration models. Theoretical
: Population Biology 39: 30-48.
: Jody Hey
: Rutgers University
: Nelson Labs
: P. O. Box 1059
: Piscataway, NJ 08855
: phone 908-932-5272
: fax: 908-932-5870
: email: hey at mbcl.rutgers.edu
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