Institute for Behavioral Genetics
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0447
Methods for estimating heritability and investigating genomic architecture of complex traits. Recent work focuses on the heritability and genetic architecture of psychiatric disorders.
- NIH/NIA 1 R01 AG046938-06 (PI: Reynolds) Colorado Adoption/Twin Study of Lifespan Behavioral Development & Cognitive Aging (CATSLife2). Role: Co-Investigator
- NIH/NIDA 1 R01 DA044283-01 (PI: Vrieze) Deep sequencing, phenotyping, and imputation in large-scale biobanks: A novel and cost-effective framework to identify rare mutations associated with addiction. Role: Co-Investigator
- NIH/NIMH 5 R01 MH100141-06 (PI: Keller) Estimating the genetic and environmental architecture of psychiatric disorders. Role: Co-Investigator
Postdoctoral trainee, 2019-2021
Dr. Evans is recruiting new students for a fall 2024 start date. Applications are typically due mid November; for exact dates please check the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology website, if you intend to work with Dr. Evans. Additional information is available on IBG's Prospective Students page and the Evans Lab page.
Contact Luke Evans directly about postdoctoral trainee positions.