Postdoctoral Grants in Australia
MANNERS, DR. John M.
J.Manners at botany.uq.edu.au
Sun Jul 28 22:00:17 EST 1996
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) of Australia
has a grant scheme for postdoctoral fellowships in research concerning
the grains/oilseed industry tenurable for up to 3 years at an
Australian research institute. An Australian passsport is not
necessary for eligibility. Application forms will become available in
September 1996 and the deadline is in November 1996. Fellowships
should be tenurable from July 1997.
If you are interested in research aimed at applications of molecular
biology for the control of fungal diseases of grain/oilseed crops and
Sclerotinia diseases of peanut, canola and sunflower in particular
then please send an expression of interest and a cv. Those interested
in other fungal pathogens of grain crops should contact appropriate
scientists in Australia.
The CRC for Tropical Plant Pathology
Level 5, John Hines Building
The University of Queensland
Email: j.manners at botany.uq.edu.au
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