PhD studentship, Univ. of Wales, Bangor

M.A.Hooks bss606 at bangor.ac.uk
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
subject.

Further information about the studentship and project can be obtained
from Dr. Mark A. Hooks at m.a.hooks at bangor.ac.uk or
m.hooks at bio.gla.ac.uk.  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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