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We have a position for a postdoc on amoeba-bacteria symbiosis available immediately!

Finally we got the call from NSF that our grant proposal was being recommended for funding in full. This new funding uses the social amoeba bacteria symbiosis to tease out exactly how mutualisms work, with both empirical work and theory. … Continue reading

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Update on phone interviews: a list of actual questions!

Here’s a list of actual phone interview questions, kindly provided by a colleague who just shone on a phone interview. He said it helped a lot to practice and to have some notes written out, though he did not use … Continue reading

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How do you get the word out about a new job?

If you read this you probably already know we have an open position at Wash U in evolutionary biology. I hope you forwarded it to worthy candidates and to others that know such people. I suppose the form that forwarding … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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