The lab has positions available!

We have two Graduate Research Assistantships (Ph.D.) available beginning Summer/Fall 2019 in the lab. We're looking for Ph.D. students to combine genomics, transcriptomics, computational biology, and biochemistry to understand how transcript regulation evolves and influences the behaviour and physiology of eusocial bees. Application of molecular techniques and outreach to beekeepers and the community will be an integral part of the students' training.

Interested candidates should contact Dr. Harpur by November 17th, 2018. To be considered for this position send a C.V., contact information for 3 references and a 1-page cover letter describing research interests and background (use email subject line: “Grad Fellowship: Harpur Lab”). You can also meet Dr. Harpur in person at the 2018 ESA, ESC, and ESBC Joint Annual Meeting (Entomology 2018) in Vancouver.