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We are an inter-disciplinary lab. We use methods borrowed from exact sciences to address fundamental questions in biology. We are seeking highly-motivated, curious and creative MSc, PhD and post-docs candidates. Applicants should have good quantitative skills and knowledge of a programming language. 

Applicants should have a prior degree in either mathematics, physics, computer science, engineering, or another related field. Prior knowledge in biology (formal or informal) is an advantage, but not a must. 

The proposed research will study the evolution of “self-incompatibility”: a genomic mechanism plants have evolved to avoid self-fertilization. The research will use a variety of tools, such as: mathematical modeling, computer simulations and genomic data analysis. The precise project will be determined together with the candidate.

Interested? Email Tamar. 
Please also send your CV and briefly explain why you are interested in the lab.


Interested, but unsure? feel free to contact Tamar for further information. 

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