ANU: Evolution of Honeybee Parasites and Diseases Internship
Application deadline: 30 January 2023
Research School of Biology
We aim to understand how parasites and diseases co-evolve with their hosts. How do diseases originate? How do they spread? We do this in a field-based insect system, the honeybee, which is host to many viral diseases and arthropod parasites. Our work combines laboratory, bioinformatic and field components.
10 – 12 weeks
How to Apply
- A current resume / CV
- Current, detailed academic transcripts from their university
A short statement (less than 200 words) outlining why they are interested in undertaking the research project and why they believe they are best suited to work on it.
Students should have completed at least two years of tertiary study including courses in the subject area of the research project.
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