[Computational-biology] Graduate Assistantships in Bioinformatics

Joe Neigel via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by jneigel from louisiana.edu)
Sun May 20 11:58:05 EST 2007


Graduate Assistantships in Bioinformatics

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is seeking qualified doctoral 
students to participate in the development of models of protein 
evolution that can be used to predict protein structure and function. 
This is a multi-disciplinary research project that is directed by 
faculty in the Department of Biology (http://biology.louisiana.edu/) and 
the Center for Advanced Computer Studies 
(http://www.cacs.louisiana.edu/) and will make use of LITE, a new data 
visualization and supercomputing center (http://www.lite3d.com/site.php) 
. Research assistantships ($25,000 per year + tuition) are available for 
the Fall of 2007 or the Spring of 2008. Preference will be given to 
students with a background in either biochemistry and/or C/C++ 
programming.  Interested applicants should contact Dr. Joseph Neigel 
(jneigel from louisiana.edu).



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