We are looking for motivated and creative individuals to work with. Let Tom know if you are interested:

  • Potential undergraduate researchers– email Tom
  • Potential graduate students (MS or PhD)– email Tom with your CV, a brief statement explaining your research interests and experiences, and why you are interested in our lab. For information about graduate studies at KSU’s Division of Biology please visit here. We offer competitive research assistantships and fellowships that cover stipend, tuition, and medical insurance.
  • Potential post-docs– contact Tom to discuss science and funding opportunities

Our lab is in Kansas State University’s Division of Biology, which houses the Ecological Genomics Institute  and the Konza Prairie Biological Station. Kansas State University is in Manhattan, Kansas in the Flint Hills region of Kansas. The town offers excellent schools, parks, and a college town atmosphere. The surrounding area features many outdoor opportunities including the nearby Tuttle Creek State Park and Konza Prairie, a tallgrass prairie reserve and LTER site.