[Arabidopsis] Graduate Studies in Genomics at the New York Botanical Garden

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Tue Apr 26 11:59:35 EST 2005


The Plant Genomics Consortium at The New York Botanical Garden (NYBG)
seeks graduate students interested in National Science Foundation funded
evolutionary plant genomics research program.  The Consortium is a
multidisciplinary group composed of scientists from NYBG, New York
University, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and the American Museum of
Natural History.  We are using genomic approaches to understand the
molecular basis of evolution and development in ancient, living seed
plants including cycads, ginkgo, and non-seed plants such as
Selaginella.  The future student will have the opportunity to engage in
research to examine the origins and diversification of genes and how
these changes led to the appearance of unique and important structures.
The student will have the opportunity to gain expertise in Botany,
Development, Molecular Genetics and Genomics and Bioinformatics.
Research will be conducted in the new Pfizer Plant Genomics Research
Building.  For more information please contact:

 

 

Eric D. Brenner, PhD.

Assistant Curator

The Plant Genomics Consortium

Email: ebrenner at nybg.org

 

Room 104 Plant Research Laboratory

The New York Botanical Garden

200th St. and Kazimiroff

Bronx, NY 10458-5126

 

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