Prospective Students

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Top 10% most-read paper in Microbiome since 2013.
  
Top 3% most-read paper in Sci. Res.
  
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Ancient DNA work. Source: YorkShire Post


Field work. Collecting ancient DNA samples. Source: Sheffield press release

Postdoc
A funded position for 2 years is available immediately in the fields of genomics and paleogenomics .
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A funded position for 2 years is available immediately in the fields of plant genomics.
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MSc candidates
As an MSc student you would get the opportunity to develop a project in a wide array of topics including population or evolutionary genomics, genomics, forensics, microbiology, paleogenomics, and more. MSc students are expected to have an interest in biology, human evolution, or anthropology alongside strong computational skills with background in mathematics, statistics, or computer science. Students are expected to master at least one language (such as Matlab, R, Perl, or Phython).

Undergraduate students
Research opportunities include assisting an ongoing project while receiving training or work on independent projects. Research experiences vary in duration from a single academic term to a longer period. Interested students are expected to have experience and interest in biology, human evolution, or anthropology alongside more quantitative fields such as mathematics, statistics, or computer science. Undergraduates at all levels are welcome to take part of the ongoing research at my lab. Students who can program in at least one language (such as Matlab, R, Perl, or Phython) are particularly welcome to apply.



Dr. Elhaik lab
Dr. Elhaik's Bioinformatics lab supports faculty members at Lund and around the world. Those who wish to gain experience in bioinformatics may get the oppertunity to work on a larger variety of projects.




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Read more about the research in my lab.