Daniel M Goldman
dangold1 at iastate.edu
Tue Aug 4 08:18:25 EST 1992
In <1992Aug4.115558.2219 at aber.ac.uk> cfc at aber.ac.uk (Clive Stuart Crutchfield) writes:
>Posted on behalf of: Graham Souch
>Return to: cfc at aber.ac.uk
>Can anyone give me any information about obtaining research work in the states?
>I have just completed an M.Sc. in Cell and Molecular Genetics at University of Wales,
>Aberystwyth, I also have a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences specialising in plant sciences.
>I am just looking for advice at this stage, and would welcome any suggestions.
One useful thing to try is look through AGRICOLA, CAB or other research
databases. You can locate individuals, departments or institutions which
are doing work which interests you, and then write to the authors of the
work. Some will not respond, but many will write back and either let you
know how to apply for work with them or make suggestions on how to pursue
your studies/research. Another thing to do is contact professional
societies to obtain their ads for positions and assistantships. These
two approaches would be a decent start, at least. -DmG
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