El financiamiento incluye el costo de visitas a Duke University, gastos de investigación y de estancia. No incluye salarios.
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A group of systematists at Duke University, University of Connecticut, the Field
Museum, Southern Illinois University, University of Michigan, and the Florida
Natural History Museum, with collaborators from a number of European,
Australian, and South American countries, are currently working on phylogenetic
relationships among liverworts using a combination of morphological and
We currently have funding to support visits to the lab of Jon Shaw at Duke
University by bryologists interested in contributing to this effort. We can
support the cost of such visits including all research expenses plus travel and
living costs. Salaries are not possible but all expenses associated with visits
can be covered.
If you are interested, please contact Jon Shaw (firstname.lastname@example.org). Although we
would like to support visits by anyone and everyone, we can only accommodate
bryologists with expert taxonomic knowledge of a particular liverwort group
(family, large genus) and/or some experience with the laboratory protocols of
molecular systematics (i.e., DNA sequencing or genomic approaches) --
preferably both. Graduate students working on the systematics of some
liverwort group who would like to expand their molecular systematic experience
are encourage to write. We cannot accept applicants with no molecular lab
experience at all.
If interested, please write and describe your interests, AND experience relevant
to any proposed work you wish to undertake.
Department of Biology
Durham, NC 27708 USA