Ph.D. AND POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES IN PLANT BIOLOGY at UW-Madison

D. Kyle Willis dkw at PLANTPATH.WISC.EDU
Tue Sep 1 21:10:02 EST 1992


Ph.D. AND POSTDOCTORAL STUDIES IN PLANT BIOLOGY

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

	A new training program for graduate students and postdoctoral 
fellows, funded by the DOE/NSF/USDA Collaborative Research in 
Plant Biology Program, is accepting applications.  The focus of 
this group is use of a model higher plant, Arabidopsis thaliana, 
for research in plant signal transduction. The research plan has 
flexibility to accommodate candidates with different backgrounds 
and interests.  The purpose is to provide broad, 
multi-disciplinary training in genetics/molecular biology, 
biochemistry, electrophysiology, and anatomy/immunocytochemistry.  
The 12 participating faculty include: Amasino, Barton, Becker, 
Bleecker, Evert, Fernandez, Keegstra, Kung, Masson, Sussman, 
Vierstra, and Willis.  Interested students/postdocs should apply 
by writing to:

		Professor Michael R. Sussman
		University of Wisconsin
		Plant Sciences Building (Moore Hall)
		1575 Linden Drive
		Madison, WI  53706-1590
		<SUSSMAN%PSL.DECNET at MACC.WISC.EDU>




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