The Hollis lab has recently moved to the University of South Carolina and we are recruiting motivated undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdocs to join the lab. We are looking for intellectually curious folks who are interested in some of the big questions about evolution. Though most of our projects are focused on sexual selection and involve Drosophila melanogaster, it’s not all flies here, and in general we are happy to host both experimental and computational projects related to our broader research interests (see the Research tab, but briefly: sexual selection and conflict, host-pathogen coevolution, social evolution, sex-biased gene expression, statistical genetics, evolutionary modeling).
For undergraduates interested in research, there are many different ways to get involved in the work in our lab. Feel free to contact me with any questions or ideas.
If you’re interested in applying for independent postdoctoral funding, there are a variety of options–drop me a line and we can discuss possibilities both in terms of projects and funding sources.