PhD studentship, Univ. of Wales, Bangor

M.A.Hooks bss606 at
Thu Jun 10 11:00:58 EST 1999

A PhD studentship is available to study the regulation of gene
expression by non-carbohydrate metabolites in Arabidopsis.  The project
involves the use of various DNA technolgies to characterize genes
involved in organic acid metabolism and sensing.  The 3-year position,
which is funded by the University of Wales, begins 1 Oct. 1999.  It is
open to all potential candidates from EU countries and includes fees, a
living stipend equivalent to a standard BBSRC studentship, and a yearly
allowance for attending conferences.  Any potential candidate must have
the equivalent of a higher second-class honours degree in a relevant

Further information about the studentship and project can be obtained
from Dr. Mark A. Hooks at m.a.hooks at or
m.hooks at  Interested persons are encouraged to send a CV
by email to both of the above addresses.

Application forms can be obtained from Mrs. Jennifer Jones, Graduate
Secretary, School of Biological Sciences, University of Wales Bangor,
Gwynedd LL57 2UW; phone: (44) 1248-382-295; FAX (for the attention of
Mrs. Jennifer Jones) (44) 1248-371-644.

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