Ph.D. and Postdoc positions available


Medical Research Project. Our studies aim at unraveling the unique molecular mechanisms and biological pathways underlying its longevity, hypoxia tolerance, and high cancer resistance- fields that are at the forefront of bio-medical research.Seeking highly-motivated graduate students and postdoctoral candidates to join the Spalax Bio-

Our research is carried out by a multi-disciplinary team, and integrates modern techniques and

collaboration with researchers from the US and Europe.





Prof. of Research Aaron Avivi, Head, Laboratory of Animal Molecular Evolution 
(Tel: +972-4-8240446; E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)



pic2We are looking for a post-doc candidate. The study is on  "Tumorogenic potential of the hypoxia-tolerant subterranean mole rat, Spalax".
For more information contact: A. Avivi

A  new subject for PhD study: "Genomics of wheat domestication". 
For more information contact: A. Korol


join usPh.D. and Postdoc positions in Evolutionary Genomics are available

Projects focus on cutting edge comparative and evolutionary genomics such as horizontal gene transfer, biodiversity, evolutionary tree construction, and more

Very high fellowships for qualified candidates

Collaboration with leading labs worldwide (NIH, EBI/EMBL)

                                       Computational/algorithmic/mathematical inclination is advantageous (but not a must)

                                       Interested persons are welcome to contract Dr. Sagi Snir by mail with CV and list of publications attached.

                                       Sagi Snir, Ph.D.
                                       Department of Evolutionary and Environmental Biology and The Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa Mount

                                       Carmel,  Haifa 31905 ISRAEL

                                       Tel: (972) 4 828-8774

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