|Salary:||£32,344 to £34,304 per annum|
|Placed On:||6th October 2021|
|Closes:||1st November 2021|
Fixed-term for 24 months
We seek a highly motivated evolutionary genetics specialist to join an international team studying the role of chromosomal inversions in adaptation and speciation. You will have experience in handling whole-genome resequencing data and a commitment to research on the genetic basis of evolutionary change. You will also enjoy fieldwork and be fascinated by the relationships between organisms and their natural environment. The post is funded by the Leverhulme Trust. You will join a vibrant group led by Professor Roger Butlin in Sheffield, Professor Kerstin Johannesson in Gothenburg and Dr Rui Faria in Porto. You will be based in Sheffield in the world-class Ecology and Evolutionary Biology grouping and you will be expected to travel to Sweden and Portugal.
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