Graduate Research in Lower Plant

Andrew K. Swanson aks25 at case.edu
Wed Feb 4 12:25:40 EST 2004


Global change research opportunities (MS and PhD level), 
investigating
physiological response or structure/function disruption to algal and
fungal dominated ecosystems, are currently available for creative 
and
highly motivated individuals. Potential research topics involving
manipulated Midwestern pond/stream mesocosms, Pacific 
Northwest marine
kelp forests, coastal rainforest epiphytes, or Appalachian lithic
communities are possible.

Applicants should possess interests in ecophysiology, evolutionary
ecology, conservation or field biology. Previous experience with 
lower
plants, molecular tools or chemical ecology preferred, but not
required. Full tuition waivers and stipends ($18,000) are available to
qualified applicants.

With numerous social, cultural (http://www.universitycircle.org/), and
sporting venues, as well as pristine natural areas close by
(http://www.clemetparks.com <http://www.clemetparks.com/>  ;
http://www.nps.gov/cuva/index.htm), Cleveland is a hip, entertaining
and affordable place to live. For further information, please send CV
and a brief statement of research interests to Andrew K. Swanson
(aks25 at case.edu) (http://www.cwru.edu/artsci/biol/swanson.htm),
Department of Biology, Case Western Reserve University, 
Cleveland,
Ohio by February 15, 2004 to receive full consideration.



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Andrew K. Swanson

Assistant Professor

Department of Biology

Case Western Reserve University

10900 Euclid Avenue, 508 Millis Hall 

Cleveland, OH

44106-7080

216-368-8617, lab(x8581), Fax(x4672)



http://www.cwru.edu/artsci/biol/swanson.htm




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