We welcome three new postdocs to the group for 2018, Jenny James who is looking at selective sweeps at wing patterning genes; Luca Livraghi who is using CRISPR to study wing patterning genes; and Erika Castro who will be looking at cyanogenesis genes in Heliconius melpomene and cydno.
African diadem butterflies and their wing patterns Sexy smells and pheromone communication in butterflies Wing pattern genetics in Heliconius Please contact me if you are interested in these projects or any other aspects of what we are doing in the lab
We are currently advertising three ERC funded postdoctoral positions to work on Heliconius. These are on evolutionary genomics, wing pattern genetics and chemical ecology of Heliconius species. http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14991/ http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14986/ http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/14982/ Please get in touch if you are interested and have any questions!
We are pleased to welcome new visitors to the group this autumn. Rajendra Chilukuri has a IGRN grant to come and learn transgenic techniques with us (although he already knows far more than we do) Eva Wiltshire Romero is a Erasmus student from Valencia who is here for four months to help with various […]