Grad. Assistantships Available

Heather Treaster HGW1 at
Mon Mar 6 10:49:04 EST 1995

The Penn State Plant Pathology Department has several assistantships
available for M.S.  or Ph.D.  students.  Faculty programs include a
diverse range of research in basic and applied plant pathology,
including: field and greenhouse crop pathology, forest pathology,
sustainable agriculture, molecular fungal taxonomy, mushroom culture and
pathology, fungal genetics, epidemiology, virology, plant responses to
environmental stress, air pollution effects to forest trees and
ecosystems, root-specific metabolism, root-pathogen interactions,
host-parasite interactions.  Excellent facilities available for field
work and biochemical/molecular biology research.  Contact Dr. J. E.
Ayers, Graduate Admissions Committee, Plant Pathology Department, 211
Buckhout Laboratory, University Park, PA 16802 (Phone: 814-865-7069;
Fax: 814-863-7217; E-mail: htreaste at  Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer; women and minorities encouraged to

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