Experimental evaluation of a new theory of Lamarckian Adaptation
We are looking for students interested in a transformative theory of adaptation (supported by experimental work-in-progress in our lab). The proposed theoretical framework includes 2 projects with far reaching scopes and implications.
1. Particularly recommended for students with interest in physics of living organisms
2. Available also for master students
We are seeking an intellectually-driven MSc/PhD student (or postdoc) for an interdisciplinary research on emergent adaptation in an artificial host-microbiome system.
The research aims to address a fundamental question of multicellular organization by constructing and studying an unusual model system that is uniquely designed for this purpose. The research is expected to combine different fields, including engineering, microbiology, genomics and bioinformatics.
The student is expected to:
• Be creative, resourceful and capable of carrying out research in uncharted territories
• Be responsible, motivated and committed to the research
Wet-lab experience and background in exact sciences would be an advantage.
Interested students are welcome to contact Yoav Soen at firstname.lastname@example.org