The Yeast Genomics* lab @ NOVA

(*evolutionary, functional, comparative and more)

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Welcome to the Yeast World!

We use yeasts to study basic and applied aspects of microbial physiology, fungal development and evolutionary ecology. We address questions related to sugar utilization in yeast fermentations, to the evolution of sex in early diverged lineages of Basidiomycetes, or to the distribution and ecology of wild Saccharomyces populations and their domestication by man. To do so we combine the awesome power of Next-Generation (whole-genome) Sequencing with in-depth physiological and ecological studies.

Our work includes computational and experimental methods and integrates genomics, evolutionary genetics, ecology, microbial diversity and physiology.

The Yeast Genomics lab @ NOVA

Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
2829-516 Caparica
Portugal

Phone/Fax: (+351) 21 294 85 30





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Lab News

November 2018


Open position for a PhD Researcher (international call)

Candidates should have a clear interest in genomics combined with interests in evolution and microbial ecology and physiology. While there are no strict requirements for the position, strong quantitative skills, programming experience, and a population or evolutionary genetics background are desirable. More details here



















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Sep 18

October 2018

Lab members participate in the conference:

International Specialized Yeast Symposium ISSY34 - Bariloche Argentina