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Molecular Ecology, Evolution & Phylogenomics | Durham University
In the Welch lab we use genetic and genomic approaches to investigate key questions
at the intersection of ecology, evolution, behaviour, and conservation. Projects range
from investigation of responses to environmental change, the evolution of ecological
characters, to the examination of changes in genetic and biodiversity through time.
We study many species, from plants to birds and mammals, with
many projects on marine vertebrates. Learn more.
Interested in joining the lab? There are several options for postdocs, postgraduates
and undergraduate students (including placement students) in the lab. We value
diversity and I encourage international students to apply. Learn more.
** UPDATE! ** I am currently advertising a competitive PhD studentship
opportunity in my lab. Click here for more information.
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