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- Masters and Ph.D Assistantships are available -

Graduate Training

     Our lab is located in the Department of Entomology and Nematology at the University of Florida. We are the largest department of our kind in the United States with approximately 70 faculty and well over 100 graduate students. The size of our department combined with  the dozens of insect biologists housed next door at the USDA Center for Medical and Veterinary Entomology and colleagues  in departments across campus (e.g., Zoology) provide the enormous intellectual and physical resources that make UF an excellent place to study insect physiology, molecular biology, and evolutionary ecology.  In addition to the work mentioned in the research section of this page, students may develop their own projects in insect physiology and evolutionary ecology.

     If you are interested in learning more about pursuing your M.S. or Ph.D. in our lab please contact Dan Hahn at dahahn@ufl.edu.







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