DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY

Lulu Krogh lkrogh at biosci.cbs.umn.edu
Wed Jul 8 12:39:57 EST 1998


>
>**UPDATED 30 JUNE 1998 - see new interest for G. May**
>
>>Please advertise, post or inform individuals of this opportunity:
>>
>>DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
>>
>>The Plant Biological Sciences graduate program at the University of
>>Minnesota will award USDA National Needs Fellowships for doctoral students
>>interested in Plant Biotechnology.  The Fellowship awards provide an annual
>>stipend of $17,000 for 3 years plus tuition waiver beginning September
>>1999.  An additional 2 years of support will be available. Applicants must
>>be US citizens or US nationals and have an interest in training and a
>>career in some aspect of plant biotechnology. Women and minorities are
>>encouraged to apply.  Completed applications must be received by December
>>15, 1998.
>>
>>To obtain application forms and additional information please contact:
>>Plant Biological Sciences Program Secretary, University of Minnesota,
>>Department of Plant Biology, 220 Bioscience Center, 1445 Gortner Avenue,
>>St. Paul, MN 55108; 612-625-4222/Email: Lulu.L.Krogh-1 at tc.umn.edu; or the
>>Director of Graduate Studies, Alan Smith, Dept of Horticultural Sciences,
>>356 Alderman Hall, 1970 Folwell Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55108; 612-624-9490.
>>Email: alan at biosci.cbs.umn.edu.
>>
>>Participating faculty and major research interests:
>>
>>Judith Berman 		(judith at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Structure and functional role of telomeres, the chromosome ends
>>
>>Robert Brambl		(brambl at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Biochemistry and molecular biology of mitochondria and heat shock protein
>>expression
>>
>>Anath Das		(anath at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Molecular mechanisms of DNA transfer from Agrobacterium tumefaciens to
>>
>>plants
>>
>>John Doebley		(doebley at tc.umn.edu)
>>-Molecular evolution of maize and its distinguishing morphological
>>		traits
>>
>>Stephen Gantt		(steve at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>- Molecular biology of nitrogen fixation; chromatin proteins
>>
>>Burle Gengenbach	(burle at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Molecular genetics and transformation to modify amino acid and lipid
>>synthesis
>>
>>John Gronwald		(gronw001 at tc.umn.edu)
>>-Biochemistry and molecular biology of herbicide resistance mechanisms and
>>metabolic pathways
>>
>>Robert Jones		(jones012 at tc.umn.edu)
>>-Role of phytohormones and heat stress in cereal endosperm development
>>
>>David Marks 		(dmarks at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Developmental and molecular mechanisms of  cellular differentiation
>>
>>Georgiana May		(gmay at tc.umn.edu)
>>-Evolution and population genetics of fungi, host/pathogen interactions
>>
>>Neil Olszewski		(neil at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Molecular studies of Commelina yellow mottle virus and gibberellin signal
>>transduction
>>
>>Ronald Phillips		(phill005 at tc.umn.edu)
>>-Molecular cytogenetics, genome mapping and tissue-culture induced genetic
>>changes
>>
>>Howard Rines		(rines001 at tc.umn.edu)
>>-Transformation and tissue culture in cereals, gene mapping and transfer in
>>oat x corn crosses
>>
>>Carolyn Silflow		(carolyn at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Molecular genetics of Chlamydomonas and tubulin gene families in plants
>>
>>D. Peter Snustad	(pete-s at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Developmental regulation of tubulin gene expression
>>
>>Alan Smith		(alan at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Gene expression specific to flower and fruit development
>>
>>David Somers		(somers at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>>-Molecular genetics and transformation for modification of crop plants
>>
>>Carroll Vance		(vance004 at tc.umn.edu)
>>-Developmental and molecular biology of nitrogen assimilation in legumes
>>
>>Sue Wick		(swick at biosci.cbs.umn.edu)
>> -Tubulin gene family expression through development
>>
>>
>>Lulu Krogh, Program Secretary
>>Plant Biological Sciences Graduate Program
>>Student Services Research Assistant
>>Department of Plant Biology
>>220 Biological Sciences Center
>>1445 Gortner Avenue
>>St Paul, MN 55108-1095
>>Phone:612-625-4222
>>Fax:  612-625-1738
>>Email: University-wide: Lulu.L.Krogh-1 at tc.umn.edu
>>College: lkrogh at biosci.cbs.umn.edu
>>
>
>Lulu Krogh, Program Secretary
>Plant Biological Sciences Graduate Program
>Student Services Research Assistant
>Department of Plant Biology
>220 Biological Sciences Center
>1445 Gortner Avenue
>St Paul, MN 55108-1095
>Phone:612-625-4222
>Fax:  612-625-1738
>Email: University-wide: Lulu.L.Krogh-1 at tc.umn.edu
>College: lkrogh at biosci.cbs.umn.edu
>

Lulu Krogh, Program Secretary
Plant Biological Sciences Graduate Program
Student Services Research Assistant
Department of Plant Biology
220 Biological Sciences Center
1445 Gortner Avenue
St Paul, MN 55108-1095
Phone:612-625-4222
Fax:  612-625-1738
Email: University-wide: Lulu.L.Krogh-1 at tc.umn.edu
College: lkrogh at biosci.cbs.umn.edu 





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