New Zygomycete evolution project in lab

A new NSF funded project on Zygomycete fungi was recently funded. The press release from UCR and NSF provide some more information on the scope of the project and the goals of the new Genealogy of Life initiative at the NSF.

We’ll be sharing news, data and protocols, and progress on the project website ZyGoLife.org and @zygolife  and looking to recruit one graduate student and some undergraduates to work on the projects in our lab focused on genomics and phylogenomic studies of these diverse lineages.

5 thoughts on “New Zygomycete evolution project in lab

  1. I am cambodian student. I am very interesting in your research. Could you provide me a chance to work in this field.

  2. Meng – thanks for you interest in the lab. We accept students through graduate programs at UCR through Microbiology, Plant Pathology, or Genetics, Genomics, & Bioinformatics. That is the best route to join the lab as a student.

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