The Wilsterman Lab at Colorado State University is seeking graduate students (MS and PhD) interested in evolution and physiology of reproductive diversity within mammals. Current work focuses on reproductive adaptations (including the placenta) in deer mice (Peromyscus) and reproductive diversity among Peromyscus species.
Ample sequence data and tissues in hand to get trainees started on closely-related projects with substantial opportunities for developing new ideas. Bioinformatics (especially methylation sequence data processing and analysis) and/or in vitro skillsets desired but not required.
Learn more at www.kathrynwilsterman.com and https://www.biology.colostate.edu/ and get in contact with Kate to discuss opportunities further (firstname.lastname@example.org). Spring and Fall 2023 start dates available.