Postdoctoral Research Associate

University of Liverpool - Evolution, Ecology and Behaviour

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to investigate how organisms respond to the impacts of climate-driven evolution. The project will make use of the keystone species Daphnia magna within large experimental mesocosms exposed to heat waves. You will be part of a team combining genomic, evolutionary biology and ecology to understand the relative importance of genetic and epigenetic changes for Daphnia adaptation. Your role will be the genomic and bioinformatic analyses of these populations. You should have a PhD degree in biology and excellent experimental and quantitative skills. The post is available until 30 August 2020.

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