Job Wanted in Botany, Cell or Molecular Biology

pingli at POPGEN.BIOLOGY.UMT.EDU pingli at POPGEN.BIOLOGY.UMT.EDU
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I am a Ph.D. student, looking for a job(lab. technician, research
assistant ...) in the fields of botany, cell biology or molecular biology
outside the United States. 

I am seeking a job because my US visa expires by Sept. 1994, when I must
cease the Ph.D. program and leave the U.S..
	
My research of the past year has been PCR-RFLP mapping in Arabdopsis
thaliana and Brassica, with Thomas Mitchell-Olds.  In addition I worked
with Charles Miller for 1 year in Paleobotany, and David Bilderback for 1
year in developmental plant biology. 

My qualifications include: 
 
GPA of 4.0/4.0 at University of Montana. 
 
I have been awarded a Bertha Morton Scholarship for outstanding graduate
students at the University of Montana, for 1993. "It is a most impressive
achievement, for it places the winner among the top five percent of the
University's graduate students in academic performance, research and
creative activities."

My resume is enclosed. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Thank you for your consideration.



Sincerely,


Ping Li
Division of Biological Sciences
The University of Montana
Missoula, Montana 59812
U.S.A.

E.Mail: pingli at popgen.biology.umt.edu
    



RESUME



PERSONAL PARTICULARS

Name: Li Ping
Birth date: Oct. 10, 1956
Birth place: Lanxi, Zhejiang, P.R. China
Nationality: Chinese
Sex: male
Permanent address: Dept. of Biology, Hangzhou University,         
                   Hangzhou, Zhejiang 310012, P.R. China
Current address: Division of Biological Sciences, The University of 
                 Montana, Missoula, Montana 59812, U.S.A.         
                 Phone# (406)243-5722(Office)   (406)728-2748(Home)
                 E-Mail address: pingli at popgen.biology.umt.edu

POSITION HELD: Associate Professor of Botany (China)
                  Ph.D. student (U.S.A.)

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Academic degrees: Master of Science in Botany (Hangzhou Univ. 1988)
                  Master of Science for Teachers of Biological    
                      Sciences (University of Montana, 1993)
GPA: 4.0/4.0

June, 1993-present: The University of Montana, Division of        
                         Biological Sciences(DBS).
                    Ph.D. student
                    specialty: Molecular Plant Genetics  
March. 1992-May, 1993: The University of Montana, DBS.
                       graduate student
                       specialty: Biology (minor: Botany)
Sept. 1991-June. 1992: University of Montana, DBS.
                       visiting scholar
                       specialty: Botany
Feb. 1991-July,1991: Shanghai Foreign Language University, English 
                     Department
                     higher training student
                     Specialty: English        
1985-1988: Hangzhou University, Biology Department.
           graduate student
           Specialty: Plant Morphology & Cell Biology
1975-1978: Hangzhou University, Biology Department.
           undergraduate student 
           Specialty: Biology (minor: Botany)         
                                                  
WORK EXPERIENCE

Research work: Sept. 1991-present: Univ. of Montana, Division of  
                                   Biological Sciences. 
               research areas: Molecular Plant Genetics           
                   (Arabidopsis), Palaeobotany(comparative anatomy 
                   of fossil gymnosperms), Developmental          
                   Botany(developmental anatomy of Seleginella)
               1978-1991: Hangzhou Univ., Biology Dept.
               research areas: Plant Anatomy & Embryology, Plant  
                               Cell Biology, Plant Histochemistry,
                               Plant Physiology
         
Teaching work: Sept. 1991-present: Univ. of Montana, Division of  
                                   Biological Sciences.
               courses: Rocky Mountain Flora Lab. (Autumn 1992); 
                        Botany Lab. (Spring 1993)                 
               1978-1991: Hangzhou Univ., Biology Dept.
               courses: Botany, Plant Morphology,                 
                        Botanical Microtechnique &                
                        Histochemical Techniques

                                           
ACADEMIC SOCIETY

1.  Member of The International Sexual Plant Reproduction         
    Society.
2.  Member of Botanical Society of America.
3.  Director and Associate Secretary-General of The Botanical     
    Society of Zhejiang Province of China.
4.  Member of The Cell Biology Society of China.
5.  Member of The Plant Physiology Society of China.
  
HONORS AND AWARDS

1.  "Bertha Morton Award" awarded by University of Montana in     
    1993, which is the most prestigious award for graduate students 
    and place the winner among the top five percent in graduate   
    students at University of Montana. 
2.  "The Excellent Teacher of Hangzhou University" awarded by     
    Hangzhou University in 1986.          
3.  "The Excellent Teacher of Biological Department of Hangzhou   
    University" awarded by Department of Biology, Hangzhou        
    University in 1989.
4.  "The Outstanding Young Scientist" awarded by the Zhejiang     
    Provincial Government in 1992.
5.  There are four of my published papers have been awarded "The  
    Excellent Thesis" by Science and Technology Committee of      
    Zhejiang Province during 1985 to 1990. 
6.  Have been funded consistently by the Zhejiang Provincial      
    Government for my two research projects (Cornus officinalis,  
    Cunninghamia lanceolata).
                                                     

MAIN BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS

1.  Morphology of Amorphophallus. Hangzhou Univ. Press. 1991
2.  Common Plant Iconography. Zhejiang Children Press. (to be     
    published)
3.  Higher Plant Iconography for Students. Zhejiang Education     
    Press. 1986, 1989 
4.  Botanical Microtechnique and Histochemical Techniques.        
    Hangzhou Univ. Studies Press. 1989
5.  A Guide to the Plant Morphological Experiments. Hangzhou      
    Univ. Studies Press. 1980
6.  Microsporogenesis and development of the male gametophyte in  
    Cornus officinalis. J. Hangzhou Univ. 1992,19(1)     
7.  Developmental anatomy of the flower in Cornus officinalis.    
    Acta. Bot. Bor.-Occ. Sinica. 1991,11(3)
8.  Studies on the development of gametophytes in Cornus          
    officinalis. Acta. Bot. Sinica. 1991,33(4)
9.  Macrosporogenesis and development of the female gametophyte   
    in Cornus officinalis. J. Hangzhou Univ. 1991,18(1) 
10. Developmental anatomy and histochemistry of the style and the 
    stigma in Cornus officinalis. J. Wuhan Botanical Research.    
    1991,9(3)
11. Developmental anatomy and histochemistry of the hypostase and 
    obturator in Cornus officinalis. in Biological Research.      
    Hangzhou Univ. Press. 1991  
12. Growth and anatomy and histochemistry of the fruit in Cornus  
    officinalis. Proc. 5th Plant Morphology Congr. China. 1989 
13. Studies on chemical constituents of the fruit coats and the   
    fruit nuclei in Cornus officinalis. Acta. Bot. Bor.-Occ.      
    Sinica. 1988,8(4)        
14. Comparative studies on developmental anatomy, physiology and  
    biochemistry of microstrobilus between male-sterile and       
    fertile plants in Cunninghamia lanceolata. Scientia Silvae    
    Sinicae. 1992,28(2)
15. Abortive seeds and substances inducing abortion in            
    Cunninghamia lanceolata. in Advance of Seed Research.         
    Shanghai Science Press. 1992
16  Experiments on male sterile individual plant from             
    Cunninghamia lanceolata. J. Zhejiang For. Coll. 1988,6(1)
17. Anatomy and cytology of microsporogenesis in male sterile     
    Cunninghamia lanceolata. Proc. 5th plant Morphology Congr.    
    China. 1989 
18. The embryonic development and behaviour of starch in          
    Cunninghamia lanceolata. J. Hangzhou Univ. 1984,11(1)   
19. Study on the formation of abortive seeds in Cunninghamia      
    lanceolata. International Conference on Seed Science and      
    Technology. 1990
20. Studies of the abortive seed and its constituents in          
    Cunninghamia lanceolata. Acta. Bot. Bor.-Occ. Sinica.         
    1989,9(4)


                                                
21. The embryonic development and behaviour of starch in          
    Cunninghamia lanceolata. J. Hangzhou Univ. 1984,11(1)
22. Effects of triacontanol on structure of leaves in tea plant.  
    J. Tea Sci. 1988,8(1)
23. Effects of triacontanol on tea vegetative growth.             
    International symposium on triacontanol. 1987
24. Observation on the submerged leaf and adventitious root in    
    Trapa. Bull. Bot. 1988,5(3)
25. Studies on the development of male cone and the               
    ultrastructure of pollen in Torreya grandis. J. Hangzhou      
    Univ. 1987,14(3)
26. Aril structure and its aromatic oil in Torreya grandis. J.    
    Hangzhou Univ. 1986, 13(3)
27. Comparative studies on the isoenzyme, the solube protein and  
    the strach content in the fresh and old seeds of Torreya      
    grandis. Bull. Bot. 1985,3(5)
28. Analysis of oil in the seeds of Torreya grandis. J. Hangzhou  
    Univ. 1982,9(3)
29. Effect of low-temperature post-treatment and the cooperating  
    factor (2,4-D) on the callus induction of Wheat anther. J.    
    Hangzhou Univ. 1980,7(2)
30. Morphology and evolution of fruit. J. Zhejiang Education.     
    1989,9
31. Structuraly preserved larch and spruce conces from the        
    Pliocene of Alaska. 1993, Quaternary International (to be     
    published)

REFERENCE

1.  Yu Xiangyu, Professor of Botany, Associate Dean of Studies,   
    Hangzhou University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang 310028, P.R.China.    
    Director of the Botany Society of China; Chairman of Board, the 
    Botanical Society of Zhejiang Province.
2.  Zhang Chaofang, Professor of Botany, Dept. of Biology, Hangzhou 
    University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang 310012, P.R.China.  President, 
    the Fern Association of China.
3.  David Bilderback, Professor of Botany, Associate Dean of the  
    College  of  Arts  and  Sciences, The University of Montana.  
    LA 101, The University of Montana, Missoula, Montana 59812.   
    Phone: 406-243-2632.
4.  Charles Miller, Professor of Botany. Division of Biological   
    Sciences, The University of Montana, Missoula, Montana 59812. 
    Phone: 406-243-5382.
5.  Thomas Mitchell-Olds, Associate Professor of Evolutionary     
    Botany. Division of Biological Sciences, The University of    
    Montana, Missoula, Montana 59812.  Phone: 406-243-4954. 
 






 












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