We have an opening for a technician!

Are you looking for a position for a couple of years before you apply to graduate school? Are you interested in evolutionary biology, genomics,
social evolution, behavior, and microbes? Do you want to live in a fabulous city with perfect weather? Look at our web page and see if our
position is for you!

Lab potluck!

We have a collegial, fun, hard-working group in need of a technician. Boahemaa Adu-Oppong has served in this role for the last year but now she is headed to grad school, right here at Wash U, with a glorious NSF predoc in hand. Tasks will be varied and fun, exploring the sociality of microbes, and keeping the lab running well.

Brainstorming about big, solvable ideas for our group are Katie, Jason, Boahemaa.

This is an ideal position for someone wanting an intellectually active break before grad school. Feel free to email queller@wustl.edu, strassmann@wustl.edu, dbrock@wustl.edu, or badu-oppong@wustl.edu for more information!

About Joan E. Strassmann

Evolutionary biologist, studies social behavior in insects & microbes, interested in education, travel, birds, tropics, nature, food; biology professor at Washington University in St. Louis
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1 Response to We have an opening for a technician!

  1. Pingback: We have an opening for a technician! | Social Evolution and Multicellularity

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