David Henry Farrell, Ph.D.
farrelld at OHSU.EDU
Fri Nov 3 02:46:11 EST 2000
Title: Graduate Assistantship
Location: Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR
Date: Nov 2, 2000
Graduate student assistantship available to study blood vessel development
(angiogenesis) and coagulation at the molecular level. Successful
applicants should have a B.A. or B.S. in chemistry, biology, or a related
field. Students will be enrolled in the Department of Physiology and
Pharmacology at the Oregon Health Sciences University School of Medicine.
Position is fully funded (stipend, benefits, and tuition) through NIH and
American Heart Association research grants. OHSU is an equal opportunity,
affirmative action institution. All of my current postdocs are women, and
my former graduate students have all been women, and have gone on to
postdoctoral positions at Harvard and NIH.
Portland and the surrounding area offer almost unlimited recreational
opportunities. Prime outdoor areas include the Columbia Gorge, Mount
Hood, and the Oregon coast all within about an hour's drive. Activities
include skiing, hiking, mountain climbing, camping, fishing, sailing, and
some of the best windsurfing in the world. Outdoor activities are
facilitated by the mild climate in the Portland area. Warm, sunny summer
days average 80 degrees with low humidity. During the moderate winters,
the temperature rarely dips below 35 degrees.
David H. Farrell, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Oral Molecular Biology
Oregon Health Sciences University
Mail Code SD
611 S.W. Campus Drive
Portland, OR 97201-3097
Phone: (503) 494-8602
Lab Phone: (503) 494-4478
FAX: (503) 494-8918
E-mail: farrelld at ohsu.edu
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