Stacy Krueger-Hadfield wrote a nice blog piece for The Molecular Ecologists covering some of our work on modelling uncertainty in DNA sequence data. As she notes, we have long-advocated for propagating uncertainty in genotype into inferences of population genetic parameters (e.g., measures of differentiation, introgression, etc.). This provides more honest measures of overall uncertainty and allows one to take advantage of lower-coverage sequence data. Check out her post here.
Monthly Archives: November 2015
MS opportunity, evolutionary responses to climate change
We seek a Master’s student to conduct research on evolutionary responses to climate change. The student will be co‐advised by Peter Adler and Zach Gompert at Utah State University. Together we will investigate changes in the genetic diversity of two perennial grass species in a long‐term precipitation manipulation experiment in an eastern Idaho sagebrush steppe. We will compare the experimental responses with patterns across an elevation and precipitation gradient. Field sampling will begin in May, 2016. Stipend support will consist of both research and teaching assistantships. To apply, please email a 1) cover letter, 2) CV, 3) description of research experience, and 4) contact information for three references to Peter Adler (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Dec. 1.