Welcome! Here you’ll find out about our growing team and the work we do on the evolution and ecology of infectious diseases. We’re motivated by fundamental questions in evolutionary biology, and we try to use the approaches and questions that best suit the question at hand.  That means we often end up synthesizing data from field observations, laboratory manipulations and experimental evolution, with guidance from theoretical models.  The lab is young and looking for new members, so, if you’re nice, hard-working and enthusiastic, we’d love to hear from you.

 

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Interested in a PhD in Biology?

Applications for the UVA Biology graduate program are open until December 1. No GRE needed! To find out more: come see us at SACNAS (Oct 19-24) or ABRCMS (Nov 9-13), and attend our virtual Q&A session on Oct 27 or Nov 19, register at: tinyurl.com/uvabio

Technician position in the lab!

We’re hiring a technician to work on a new Jeffress Trust Award to study the evolution of parasite resistance across environmental contexts. Ad and link below https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Biology-Gibson-Lab-and-Research-Tech_R0017086 The Department of Biology is hiring a Lab and Research Technician in the Gibson lab at the University of Virginia in association with a recently funded project to … Continue reading Technician position in the lab!

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