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Post Doctoral Opportunities

Individuals interested in pursuing post-doctoral research in my lab should contact me directly (idworkin "at" msu "dot" edu).

Graduate Studies

Individuals interested in pursuing graduate work with our group are encouraged to contact me directly (idworkin "at" msu "dot" edu). Michigan State University provides an amazing and dynamic place to pursue graduate studies in Evolutionary biology in general, and Evolutionary genetics in particular. In addition to our strong research faculty in this area, MSU is also the home of BEACON, a NSF Science and Technology center for the study of EVOLUTION IN ACTION.

Michigan State University is a large land-grant institution with an outstanding faculty and inter-disciplinary programs at the departmental and university levels. Interested applicants are encouraged to review additional background on faculty and graduate programs in Zoology, and in the Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior (EEBB) program. Applications are due December 1st, 2010.

Applicants should submit a statement of interest, a CV, GRE scores and their cumulative GPA along with names and contact information of three references (everything as one PDF document) to idworkin"AT"msu.edu (please put in your own @ to the address). Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. The start date is September 2010, although applicants who wish to start sooner should also apply.

Undergraduate Opportunities


Undergraduates who are interested in pursuing independent research projects in genetics or evolutionary biology for credit are encouraged to contact me (idworkin "at" msu "dot" edu).