Genetics, Evolution and Environment


Genetics, Evolution and Environment

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Two Lecturer / Senior Lecturer positions available in the Department for Genetics, Evolution and Environment (GEE) were advertised in Nature (15 December 2016).

The positions are in the areas of Human Genetics and Computational Biology, and will be associated with the UCL Genetics Institute (UGI). 

Closing Date:  31 January 2017
Informal Enquiries:  Professor Francois Balloux
Application Details
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The Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment traces its origins to the Department of Comparative Anatomy founded in 1826 and incorporates previous Departments of Biology, Botany, Microbiology, Zoology and the Galton Laboratory, the first Department of Genetics in the UK.

Current research and teaching in GEE covers a very broad range of activity including biodiversity and environmental biology, the biology of ageing, computational biology, evolution and development, evolutionary genetics, human genetics and human evolution.


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