[Arabidopsis] Fwd: PhD Studentship 2

Walter Dewitte via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by wd205 from cam.ac.uk)
Tue Apr 14 05:39:44 EST 2009


Please use this as the previous message had a spelling mistake.

Thanks,

Walter
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> From: Walter Dewitte <wd205 from cam.ac.uk>
> Date: 14 April 2009 10:17:49 BST
> To: arab-gen from net.bio.net
> Subject: PhD Studentship
>
> PhD Studentship, Prof. Jim Murray, Cardiff University
> 4 year PhD Studentship funded by Bayer CropScience, available to all  
> UK and EU residents
> Manipulation of seed development using cell cycle genes in  
> Arabidopsis and Brassica
>
> A prestigious PhD studentship is available working with Prof. Jim  
> Murray and Dr Walter Dewitte, recently moved to new state-of-the art  
> facilities in the School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, where  
> the lab is currently recruiting. The project is fully funded by  
> Bayer CropScience (http://www.bayercropscience.com/) for 4 years  
> from October 2009 or earlier, with an annual enhanced stipend of  
> £15790 (rising to £17450 by Year 4). The studentship and stipend is  
> open to all UK and EU nationals with full funding of both fees and  
> maintenance stipend. The project builds on existing collaborations  
> between Bayer CropScience and the Murray lab, and aims to use cell  
> cycle genes to control seed size and development in Arabidopsis and  
> Brassica. The project will be based in Cardiff but also involve time  
> in Gent, Belgium working with Bayer CropScience.
> For more information on the Murray lab, see http://www.murraylab.org.uk 
>  and on the exciting capital city of Wales and beautiful landscapes  
> see http://www.VisitCardiff.com/About-Cardiff.html and http://www.visitsouthwales.com/ 
>  . A equivalent to a upper second class or Masters degree in Plant  
> Biology, Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology or related subjects is  
> required, and previous practical experience in plant biology would  
> be highly desirable. To apply, please send both a hardcopy and email  
> of a full CV, a description of past lab experience and projects  
> undertaken and full contacts (including emails) of two referees to  
> Prof Jim Murray. Closing date: May 17th 2009, but early application  
> is encouraged.
> murrayja1 from cardiff.ac.uk
> Cardiff School of Biosciences
> Museum Avenue
> Cardiff CF10 3AX
> Wales, UK
> Tel: +44 (0)2920 876676
> Dr. Walter Dewitte
>
> Cardiff School of Biosciences
> Biomedical Sciences Building
> Museum Avenue
> Cardiff CF10 3AX
> Wales, UK
>
> email: DewitteW from cardiff.ac.uk
>

Dr. Walter Dewitte

Cardiff School of Biosciences
Biomedical Sciences Building
Museum Avenue
Cardiff CF10 3AX
Wales, UK

email: DewitteW from cardiff.ac.uk



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