The Dyer laboratory is in search of a doctoral student in the Integrative
Life Sciences (ILS) PhD Program (
http://lifesciences.vcu.edu/academic-programs/phd-in-integrative-life-sciences/)
at Virginia Commonwealth University to work on theoretical, statistical,
and computational problems in modern landscape genetics.

The research in the lab focuses on genetic connectivity predicted by
intervening landscape structure. Ongoing projects include studies on
pollen-mediated gene flow along urban gradients and spread of the gypsy
moth invasion front, both projects have funding and will be incorporating
LiDAR & Hyperspectral characterization of intervening landscapes via drones
and high-throughput genetic analyses. I’m looking for someone who can aid
in the development of conditional genetic and spatial models that can
integrate remotely sensed data. Interested students should send a CV to
Dr. Rodney Dyer ([email protected]) before applying.


Rodney J. Dyer, PhD
Department of Biology
Center for Environmental Studies
Virginia Commonwealth University
http://dyerlab.bio.vcu.edu

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