For Prospective Graduate Students
I am accepting PhD students now. It is important to apply for an external funding (e.g. NET-JRF) while applying for graduate studies. Students having background in the 'General Biology' or the 'Ecology and Evolution' are welcome to join my Lab. E-mail me about your interests and we'll take it from there. In the meantime, you should check out our research interests, current projects, and publications.
There are a few additional readings for prospective graduate students.
Steve Stearns - Some Modest Advice for Graduate Students
Ray Huey - Reply to Stearns: Some Acynical Advice for Graduate Students
Ray Huey - On becoming a better scientist
Richard N. Zare - The obsession with being number one
If you are interested in the projects in the lab or if you have some ideas you think might be fun to work on together, let me know.
There are a number of ways to find doctoral/postdoctoral funding to work in my Lab. Please visit following websites for various doctoral/postdoctoral funding schemes:
PhD Position: Open
I am looking for three NET-JRF qualified candidate to start in middle of 2020. Candidates having interest in 'evolutionary physiology' are encouraged to explore these position. Projects will involve sampling of natural populations, artificial selection, respirometry, metabolomics, and genomics.
Candidates not having their own fellowships are also encouraged to explore these positions.
Note: If someone having interest in any of the above positions advised to directly write me.