In the Cellinese Lab we investigate the evolution, systematics and biogeography of angiosperms (flowering plants). In addition, we are interested in semantic data integration and interoperability and are developing tools that serve the biodiversity and phyloinformatics communities (e.g., TOLKIN, BiSciCol and RegNum).

Thursday, November 4, 2010

PhD position available - Fall 2011

The successful applicant will work on the systematics, evolution, and biogeography of Mediterranean Campanulaceae with special focus on the origin and evolution of island endemics of the Aegean archipelago and surrounding, using chloroplast and nuclear DNA sequences.  Active interaction with international collaborators and extensive fieldwork in the Aegean Archipelago and surrounding areas are expected. Experience in molecular, phylogenetic methods and/or ecological niche modeling is desirable. Guidelines to apply can be found at http://www.biology.ufl.edu/Graduate/Application.aspx (applications are due the 15 December, 2010).
For any information, please contact me.

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