John e-mail: email@example.com
John office: (608)265-1036
Lab phone: (608)263-6804
University of Wisconsin-Madison
425G Henry Mall (Genetics/Biotech Bldg)
Madison, WI 53706
How to find us:
Genetics/Biotech Building, room numbers:
John's office: 2434
Lab office: 2462 (ring doorbell at far end of hall)
** Take the elevator from the University Avenue side of the building (not the Henry Mall side)
Interested in joining us?
Postdocs - Even if there are no posted vacancies, I encourage any prospective postdocs to contact me regarding fellowships or openings that may arise.
Ph.D. students - I encourage interested students to consider our Genetics Ph.D. program and the Zoology Ph.D. program. E-mail John if you'd like to learn more about these programs and specific opportunities in our lab. Applications are due by Dec. 1.
Undergraduates - We post paid positions on the UW Student Jobs Center a couple of times per year. Most of our students begin with paid research support work before potentially shifting to a research project for credit. Students with a specific interest in our research are always welcome to contact me.
Technicians or programmers - Our lab has not hired any full time research staff to date. However, scientists who might be an especially good fit for our lab are always welcome to contact John.
Our intellectual and geographic communities:
UW-Madison offers a superb scientific environment with a supportive, collaborative, and egalitarian culture. There are a growing number of labs in population genetics, evolutionary genomics, and related fields present in many academic units:
Genetics PhD trainers in Evolutionary and Population Genetics
Genetics PhD trainers studying Drosophila
Members of the J. F. Crow Institute for the Study of Evolution
Madison offers an exceptional quality of life in a beautiful natural setting. Downtown and campus are bordered by lakes, and the area includes a number of long distance bike trails. Madison features diverse art, music, and cultural offerings. A great farmers market and a focus on local food are complemented by a wide range of international restaurants. Madison has been ranked as the best city in America for young adults, and has appeared on a slew of 'top cities' lists, including lists for: families, dogs, biking, walking, nature, green-ness, safety, public schools and educated population, health and fitness, friendliness, farmers markets, arts, vegetarians, biotech, careers, quality of life, and so on...