The Lee lab at the University of California, Irvine is looking for prospective PhD students to join us. Our group works on the interplay between transposable elements and genome evolution by combining population genomics, computational biology, epigenomics, and cell biology. Current projects in the lab include the unique roles of transposable elements in reshaping epigenome and 3D genome organization, empirical and theoretical population genomics of transposable elements, and broadly how epigenome shapes genome evolution. Candidates will ideally have interests broadly relevant to these topics, and will have opportunities to pursue their own research interests in evolutionary genetics/epigenetics. More information can be found at http://grylee.science/ We are part of the Depa
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