We’re always interested in meeting new people who share our interests. Here’s how you can join…
The lab currently has no funding for post-docs. But I’d be happy to talk to interested folks about other ways of getting funding. NSF post-docs, Field Musuem post-docs and our department’s prize post-doc fellowship (the Chamberlin fellowship) are all possibilities. Get in touch to start discussions.
I’m not currently looking to accept any new graduate students into the lab. However, I do serve on committes for students with other primary advisors and am always happy to chat to prospective students about paleobiology and evolutionary biology at UofC.
I advise students through my home department, The Department of the Geophysical Sciences, The Committee on Evolutionary Biology, and through the graduate program in Integrative Biology at the University of Chicago. Get in touch if you’d like to discuss grad school applications.
We’re always excited to provide research opportunities for undergrads - Get in touch if you’re interested in learning more.