Sunday, April 25, 2010
Nadia Singh is the newest Assistant Professor in the Genetics Department at NC State
Nadia Singh, a former PhD student in the lab, has accepted an Assistant Professor position in the Genetics Department at the North Carolina State University. Nadia received her PhD from Stanford in 2006, and went on to a postdoctoral position at Cornell University in the labs of Andy Clark and Chip Aquadro. Nadia will begin her new position at NCSU in the Fall of 2010. NCSU has a wonderfully rich community with a strong emphasis on molecular, quantitative, developmental, computational, and statistical genetics, and Nadia is looking forward to continuing her work on mutation and recombination rate variation in Drosophila in this new and interactive environment. Nadia is the first lab graduate student to start her own lab. We are all extremely proud and wish Nadia the best of luck!