[Arabidopsis] PhD studentship on growth control in plants

Bruce Veit via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by bruceveit from gmail.com)
Fri Oct 22 13:34:05 EST 2010


A PhD Studentship is available immediately to study the contribution of
basic regulatory mechanisms to the growth and development of specific
tissues and cell types in the model plant Arabidopsis.  The successful
applicant will be based primarily at AgResearch (Palmerston North, New
Zealand) in the laboratory of Dr Bruce Veit, with potential for engagement
with Dutch and French collaborators.  The Marsden Fund supported studentship
provides 3 years of full funding for research, with provision for relevant
co-supervision and course work through enrolment at Massey University.
Suitable candidates should be highly motivated and committed to curiosity
driven science, demonstrate originality and independence in their work, and
show a record of high achievement in a relevant discipline, including
biology, genetics, molecular biology and/or biochemistry.



For further information, please contact Dr Bruce Veit (
bruce.veit from agresearch.co.nz<https://webmail.agresearch.co.nz/owa/redir.aspx?C=321dd4d1f11b46abb9b8336c23c8a085&URL=mailto%3abruce.veit%40agresearch.co.nz>)
or to apply, please send your full C.V. and a brief statement of previous
research experience and motivation for this position, as well as the contact
information (including email addresses and phone numbers) of two -three
referees.


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