Graduate Research Assistantship opening

Judy Croissant jcroissa at agsci.colostate.edu
Tue Aug 8 15:41:31 EST 2000


Ph.D. Research Assistantship
Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1173

A Ph.D. research assistantship is available in the Horticulture and
Landscape Architecture Department at Colorado State University.  The
program areas include the study of the role of Ribosome-Inactivating
Proteins (RIPs) in plants (see Plant Physiology [1999] 119:1447-1456),
and the characterization of novel plant metabolites with medicinal/value
added activities (see Trends Plant Science [1999] 4:220-226).  The
projects involve chromatographic separations, library
construction/screening, in vitro activity assays and interaction with
cancer research centers for metabolite applications.  Applicants with a
M.S. degree in a plant-related area, experience in protein/metabolite
chromatography and molecular biology are desirable.  However, highly
successful and motivated B.S. applicants will also be considered.
Selection will be based on academic achievements and research
experience.  Applicants should send GRE scores, transcripts, three
letters of reference and a personal letter describing professional goals
to the address below.  For further information contact Dr. Jorge M.
Vivanco, Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Colorado
State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1173; email
jvivanco at lamar.colostate.edu



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