Summer Course In Microbial Physiology

Chuck Daniels daniels.7 at osu.edu
Wed Mar 6 09:50:42 EST 1996


                        Summer Course in Microbial Physiology
                              Department of Microbiology
                              The Ohio State University
               "Mechanisms of Microbial Adaptation"July 7-August 3, 1996
                                Sponsored by NSF and DOE

An intensive course intended for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows,
and industrial research scientists who desire advanced training in the
current techniques and research strategies of Microbial Physiology.  The
course will consist of  laboratory instruction and lectures by departmental
faculty and invited speakers.  Topics to be covered include: adaptive
responses during fermentations, biochemistry and regulation of
autotrophism, enzymology of methanogens, and regulation of carbon
metabolism.  Visit our world wide web page for more information:
http://www.biosci.ohio-state.edu/~microbio/ microbio.html.

Course Faculty: T. Conway, C. Daniels, T. Henkin, K. Kendrick, J. Krzycki,
J. Reeve, W. Strohl, and R. Tabita.

Invited Speakers: A. Demain, J. Frost, J. Golden, S. Golden, G. Gottschalk,
R. Gunsalus, R. Kolter, T. Krulwich, J. Pero, A. Sonenshein, R. Thauer, and
M. Thomm.

Financial aid: Room, board, and travel expenses will be provided for all
successful applicants.

To Apply: send a curriculum vitae, a statement of purpose, and two letters
of recommendation to: Dr. Charles J. Daniels, Department of Microbiology,
The Ohio State University, 484 West 12 Ave., Columbus, OH 43210.  Phone
(614) 292-2301; Fax (614) 292-8120; Email Daniels.7 at osu.edu.

                   APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 1996








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