PhD positions in Population Genetics (# of pos: 5)
University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna - popgen
Vienna, Austria
vor 20 Min.
source : Euraxess

Over the past years, Vienna has developed into one of the leading centres of population genetics. The Vienna Graduate School of Population Genetics has been founded to provide a training opportunity for PhD students to build on this excellent on-site expertise.

We invite applications from highly motivated and outstanding students with a love for evolutionary research and a background in one of the following disciplines : evolutionary genetics, functional genetics, theoretical or experimental population genetics, bioinformatics, mathematics, statistics.

Available topics include :

  • Evolution from de novo mutations - influence of elevated mutation rates.
  • Evolution of sex-specific neuronal signaling.
  • Genomic architecture of reverse selection.
  • Inference of selection signatures from time-series data.
  • Long-term dynamics of local Drosophila populations.
  • Temperature adaptation in Drosophila : phenotypic adaptation.
  • Understanding polygenic adaptation.
  • Only complete applications (application form, CV, motivation letter, university certificates, indication of the two preferred topics in a single pdf) received by January 17, 2021 will be considered.

    Two letters of recommendation need to be sent directly by the referees.

    Depending on the project, PhD degrees will be awarded either in genetics, mathematics or statistics. PhD students will receive a monthly salary based on currently EUR before tax according to the regulations of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).

    All information about the about available topics, the training program and the application procedure can be found at

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