Graduate Fellowships at Indiana University

Roger W. Innes rinnes at SUNFLOWER.BIO.INDIANA.EDU
Fri Nov 7 12:19:19 EST 1997


Applications are invited for graduate fellowships in the Plant
Biotechnology Training Program at Indiana University.  This program is
funded by the USDA National Needs Fellowship (NNF) Program, and provides
stipends of $17,000 per year, plus a full tuition scholarship.  NNF
fellows may choose among seven plant biotechnology laboratories
(directed by Carl Bauer, Mark Estelle, Roger Hangarter,Roger Innes,
Cheng Kao, Jeffrey Palmer, and Miriam Zolan). These seven laboratories
encompass a broad range of areas in plant biotechnology, including
disease resistance genes, plant-virus and plant-bacteria interactions,
genome evolution, hormones and development, plant responses to light and
gravity, carbon assimilation, DNA repair and meiosis, and chlorophyll
biosynthesis. For more details on our graduate training curriculum and
research programs please visit our World Wide Web Site
(http://www.bio.indiana.edu/).  For application materials contact: Ms.
Gretchen Clearwater, National Needs Fellowships Program, Department of
Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN  47405 (ph: 812-855-1861; 
FAX: 812-855-6705;  e-mail: biograd at bio.indiana.edu)  Although NNF
fellows must be US citizens or nationals, the Department of Biology also
awards research assistantships on a competitive basis regardless of
nationality.  Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action institution.



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