[Plant-biology] USDA National Needs Graduate Fellowships at Cornell University

Pankaj Jaiswal via plantbio%40net.bio.net (by pj37 At cornell.edu)
Fri Nov 17 13:18:42 EST 2006


Cornell Plant Breeding invites applications for admission to its Ph.D. 
program.  USDA National Needs Graduate Fellowships are available for 
U.S. citizens/permanent residents interested in combining plant 
breeding, crop genomics, and bioinformatics. Participating faculty 
conduct a broad range of research activities and encourage 
interdisciplinary projects. Excellent facilities are available for 
laboratory, computational, greenhouse and field studies. Fellows will 
have opportunities for lab rotations, international activities and 
interactions with industry.

Financial support includes a 12 month stipend of at least $26,000, full 
tuition, and health insurance. Support is provided for the full duration 
of the Ph.D. program.

Application deadline: January 5th, 2007


For additional information, please contact

Elizabeth Earle,
Director of Graduate Studies, Field of Plant Breeding
(ede3 At cornell.edu, ph:1-607-255-3102)

Mark Sorrells,
Chair, Dept. of Plant Breeding & Genetics
(mes12 At cornell.edu, ph:1-607-255-2180)

Plant Breeding web site: http://plbrgen.cals.cornell.edu/
Graduate School web site: http://www.gradschool.cornell.edu/
Cornell University web site: http://www.cornell.edu/

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Pankaj Jaiswal
G-15, Bradfield Hall
Dept. of Plant Breeding and Genetics
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY-14853, USA

Ph. +1-607-255-3103 / 4199
fax: +1-607-255-6683



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