Graduate Field of Genetics and Development (http://gendev.cornell.edu/)
Graduate Field of Computational Biology (www.cb.cornell.edu)
Graduate Field of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (www.eeb.cornell.edu/field/EEB.html)
Graduate Field of Entomology (http://graduatestudies.entomology.cornell.edu)
Graduate Field of Natural Resources (http://gradeducation.lifesciences.cornell.edu/fields/individual5476)
Graduate students in this field focus on the biological, sociological, and policy dimensions of natural resource conservation and sustainability. If your primary interests include the application of population genetics and functional genomics to applied questions relating to ecosystem services, population persistence, invasive species, species responses to climate change, or wildlife and fisheries monitoring, you should consider this field. Evolutionary genetic questions are being addressed in this field by Bernd Blossey and Matthew Hare. Graduate applications are accepted on a rolling basis with fall applications reviewed in January.
Graduate Field of Neurobiology and Behavior (http://www.nbb.cornell.edu/gradstudiesoverview.shtml)
Graduate students in this field focus on the study of neurobiology with behavior at all levels of analysis. Research approaches range from the study of ion channels through neural networks, to the genetic and molecular basis of behavioral variation, to the evolution and behavior of animal societies. Evolutionary and comparative genomic questions are being addressed in this field by Michael Webster, Kerry Shaw, Kern Reeve, Carl Hopkins and Andrew Bass. Deadline for graduate applications is Dec 1.
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