Applications are welcomed at any time. Please send a statement describing your interests, a cv, and three letters of recommendation. Individuals are encouraged to propose projects that complement efforts currently underway in the lab, and who are interested in seeking external support for their training, Check out our “alumni”list to see where our former lab members and associates are now.
Graduate students interested in our laboratory are encouraged to consider the direction they wish to pursue in the future. What kind of department do they wish to end up in? A Genetics or Molecular Biology Department, or one focused on Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. A description of the work at Cornell in the areas of comparative, population and evolutionary genomics can be found at the Cornell Center for Comparative and Population Genomics website. Check out our “alumni”list to see where our former lab members and associates are now.
We have several types of opportunities for undergraduates. They include formal undergraduate research for academic credit (BioG 299 and BioG 499), as well as paid research opportunities (such as Drosophila stock maintenance, computer programming, or molecular work). Undergraduates should email CFA1@cornell.edu with a resume plus a statement of interests and upcoming academic schedule. Check out our “alumni”list to see where our former lab members and associates are now.