Graduate students: Present in an Evolution 2019 spotlight session

I’m excited to be organizing a spotlight session for the American Society of Naturalists at this year’s Evolution 2019 meeting in Providence, and I have a talk slot available for a graduate student working on mutualistic species interactions. The session title will be “Origins, stability, and benefits of interspecific cooperation in a changing world”. I’m…

Earn a Master’s in the Yoder Lab at CSUN

My lab at California State University, Northridge, is open for Master’s students enrolling for the 2018-19 school year. I’m building a research program focused on the coevolution of interacting species, particularly how mutualists shape each others’ genomic diversity, and how interactions between species can help or hinder adaptation to abiotic factors like climate. You should…

Postdoctoral research with the Yoder Lab

In addition to recruiting graduate students, the Yoder Lab is open to postdoctoral researchers interested in coevolution and ecological genomics. I don’t currently have funding designated to support postdocs, but I’m eager to work with prospective postdoctoral researchers to apply for independent funding through one of the opportunities listed below, or another of your choosing.

Graduate student (MSci) opportunities in the Yoder Lab

The Yoder Lab at California State University Northridge seeks exceptional, motivated candidates for the M.S. program in Biology. The lab opens in fall 2017 to study the coevolution of interacting species, particularly how mutualists shape each others’ genomic diversity, and how interactions between species can help or hinder adaptation to abiotic factors like climate. Our…