(Recruiting and starting from September 2019 on)
Our lab has many projects involving plant laboratory work, genome sequencing, field experiments, and bioinformatic analyses, from undergraduate, graduate, and postdoc levels.
We strive to recruit the most creative and motivated individuals -- of any nationality, race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, veteran status, or disability -- and help them when necessary to apply for individual funding.
Prospective graduate students
Prospective graduate students need to apply to Stanford's Biosciences PhD programs (see https://biology.stanford.edu/academics/phd-program/admissions). Contact me to rotate or join the lab, or just to seek for advice. Applications are due late November each year.
Informal contacts are welcome, just write an email to email@example.com describing your background and interests. We deeply value diverse thinking, so international researchers of all backgrounds are we especially encouraged to apply!
Detlef Weigel @ Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, Germany
Hernán A Burbano @ University College London, UK
Rasmus Nielsen @ University of California Berkeley, CA, USA
Oliver Bossdorf @ University of Tübingen, Germany
Rachael Bay @ University of California Berkeley, CA, USA
Stephen Keller @ University of Vermont, VT, USA
Matt Fitzhpatrick @ University of Maryland, MD, USA
Markus Pfenninger @ Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate, Frankfurt, Germany
Imke Schmitt @ Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate, Frankfurt, Germany
Thomas Bataillon @ Aarhus University, Denmark
Alan Bergland @ University of Virginia, VA, USA
Thomas Flatt @ University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Frédéric Guillaume @ University of Zurich, Switzerland
Thomas Mock @ University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
Christian Rellstab @ Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland
Outi Savolainen @ University of Oulu, Finland
Karl Schmid @ University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany
All GrENE-net consortium @rround the world