Post-doctoral Research Assistant in Evolutionary Genomics of Wild and Domestic Pigs | PalaeoBARN | The School of Archaeology, South Parks Road, Oxford | Grade 7: Salary in the range £32,236 - £38,460 p.a. | Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant position as part of a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) grant entitled: “The Consequences of Gene Flow between Wild and Domestic Populations during Livestock Evolution”.
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10th November 2015
Our group has a new review paper out about pigs through time in "The Annual Review of Animal Biosciences".
2nd November 2015
Our team has another stellar piece of research work out in Biology Letters, the press release for which is below.
7th September 2015
We have a new paper out in Nature Genetics about pig domestication entitled: "Evidence of long-term gene flow and selection during domestication from analyses of Eurasian wild and domestic pig genomes".
7th September 2015
Here Greger demonstrates how he's the man that knows more about Pearl Jam than Pearl Jam does.
24th August 2015
Watch Greger present to an audience at the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.
15th July 2015
Watch Greger present to an audience at the Palaeontology Institute and Museum, at the University of Zürich.
1st July 2015
Greger talks to OU today about his research and a talk he later gave called "Mutts and the Melting Pot: Gene Flow in Domestication and Human Evolution."
25th June 2015
Greger talks to the Santa Barbara Symposium on Human Origins II on the subject of "Bodies in Motion: Understanding the relation between Migration and Hybridization."
22nd May 2015
Watch Dr Greger Larson and Dr Ardern Hulme-Beaman discuss dog domestication in a video from Science Magazine.
10th March 2015
The PalaeoBarn website is now online and accessible. We aim to keep you up to date with news, developments and research via the website and our Twitter account.