12. February 2019
Welcome to Julie Grosse Sommer who is visiting us from Maastricht University this spring semester. She is working on her BSc thesis and competing yeast hybrids against their parents in the lab!
9. January 2019
We are looking for enthusiastic Master’s students who want to work with experimental evolution and Saccharomyces budding yeast in beautiful Stockholm. We have exciting projects available, e.g. on temperature-dependent fitness effects of outcrossing!
7. January 2019
Happy new year everyone, and congratulations to my PhD student Ciaran Gilchrist for winning a travel grant from the Alice och Lars Siléns Fond! Well done, Ciaran!
11. December 2018
Congrats to my postdoc Devin Bendixsen for winning a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship for incoming researchers from the Wenner Gren Foundation! Really looking forward to continue working on hybrid fitness landscapes with you, Devin!
11. December 2018
We had our very first guest speaker over today, Dr. David Berger from Uppsala University! David gave a fascinating talked packed with beautiful data on the condition-dependence of mutation rates and the effect of temperature on the strength of selection. Here’s hoping to a fun and productive collaboration between our labs!
9. December 2018
I went to a fancy reception in honour of the 2018 Nobel Laureates today, in the stately Nordiska Museet of Stockholm. I only got a glimpse of Frances Arnold, but the champagne and the pickled herring appetizers were delish!
9. November 2018
We finally have our own lab Twitter account, many thanks to Alex Rêgo! https://twitter.com/StelkensLab
16. October 2018
We have just uploaded ideas for interesting Master’s research projects in the lab. Have a look at the Stockholm University Master Project page for more information. If you are interested, drop me an email!
3. October 2018
We are excited to announce that we are looking for 2 more postdocs to join the Stelkens lab! For more information see this ad on evoldir.
1. October 2018
A warm Välkommen till Sverige and the Stelkens Lab to our new lab members Devin Bendixsen and Alexandre Rêgo! Devin just finished his PhD on some very cool and innovative empirical fitness landscapes at Boise State University in Idaho, and Alex just graduated with an MSc from Utah State University on rapid adaptation in the seed beetle. From one charismatic model system to the next, Alex! Ironically, even though Devin and Alex moved around the world for their new adventures in Europe, they are now reunited in the same office.