PhD (and two post-docs), University of Oslo: mating systems and speciation genomics

Here is a PhD position open for application at University of Oslo, Norway! It is (as are two post-docs) part of the "Toppforsk Program", jointly financed by the Research Council of Norway and the Natural History Museum: "SpeciationClock: How fast does the 'speciation clock' tick in selfing versus outcrossing lineages?" The project addresses how and how long it takes for new, reproductively isolated plant species to arise and what factors influence the rate of speciation.

PhD, Mating systems and speciation

Department: Natural History Museum, University of Oslo
Place: Oslo, Norway
Start: Spring 2019
Application: Deadline October 19