SUMMER RESEARCH IN PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY
Washington State University.
Are you or any of your students interested?
The Plant Biochemistry Research and Training Center at Washington State
University has a number of positions available this summer for
junior/senior students wanting to carry out research in the general area
of Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in laboratories of the
training faculty. The benefits package includes some terrific labs to
work in, $2500 for the 9 weeks of the program, housing and some travel
money. There is also the possibility of attending an Advanced Course in
Plant Biochemistry, to be taught here in late July.
Deadline for applications is February 19, 1997. The positions are
sponsored by a training grant from DOE/USDA/NSF so US citizens/residents
only. Women and minority students are especially encouraged to apply.
Request printed application materials from Mr. Sean Lyons, PBRTC
Undergraduate Research Fellowships, 289 Clark Hall, Washington State
University, Pullman, WA 99164-6340 or as an attached MS Word document by
contacting him at slyons at wsu.edu
If you have questions, contact Dr. Michael Kahn, Institute of Biological
Chemistry, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-6340, e.mail
kahn at wsu.edu, (509) 335-8327 FAX: (509) 335-7643.