[Arabidopsis] Plant Genome Research Summer Internship 2007
(by pgrp-outreach At cornell.edu)
Mon Dec 4 13:10:12 EST 2006
The Plant Genome Research Program (PGRP) at Cornell University and
Boyce Thompson Institute is sponsoring summer internships in Ithaca,
New York. Internships are 8-10 weeks in length in a participating lab
currently doing plant genome research. Interns will be mentored by a
graduate student or post-doctoral associate and will work with their
mentors on a project related to plant genomics. They will learn the
latest in molecular biology techniques, and depending on the lab, may
also participate in fieldwork. All students will be attending lab
meetings, reading and discussing recent literature related to their
project, and will present their research to the other students,
principal investigators, and mentors at our summer student symposium.
For participation in the program, student interns will be provided a
stipend, housing, and some travel expenses.
Please contact the Outreach coordinator, Elizabeth Fox, Ph.D.
(pgrp-outreach At cornell.edu) for more information. Application
materials are available on the website (http://bti.cornell.edu/pgrp/).
Please visit the website for an application.
Deadline March 1, 2007
Elizabeth A. Fox, Ph.D.
Plant Genome Research Program
Boyce Thompson Institute
Ithaca, NY 14853
pgrp-outreach At cornell.edu
Phone: (607) 254-6732
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