Job Opportunities 2019
Research Assistant for Reproductive Evolution Lab, Department of Biological Sciences, NUS
In our lab, we study reproductive trait divergence and its consequences for biodiversity. Why do the sexes look and behave so different? How does sexual selection on males and females facilitate speciation? We are interested in how reproductive traits respond to selection by studying the underlying genetic variation and fitness consequences associated with variation in trait expression.
We use insects as our model systems and study particularly widespread species across large geographical clines. We are looking for a full-time Research Assistant to join our lab.
Requirements and responsibilities
Lunar New Year 2019
Keeping up with Lou Hei tradition for the lab's 2nd year!
(All plastic containers used were washed for permanent reuse in our insectary ;-))