Grad. Assistantship in Fungal Mol. Biol.

Daniel Panaccione danpan at wvnvm.wvnet.edu
Sun Mar 31 21:10:34 EST 1996


Place. West Virginia University, Morgantown
P.I.: Dan Panaccione
Research: Molecular genetics of ergot alkaloid biosynthesis
  by plant-pathogenic or mutualistic fungi; research
  could be approached from a molecular structure-function
  angle, or more from a plant-fungus interaction angle.
Academics: Student may enroll in one of three curricula:
  Genetics, Plant Pathology, or Environmental Microbiology
Assistantship: $9k for M.S. level and $10.5k for Ph.D. level;
  includes full tuition waiver; direct entry from B.S. to
  Ph.D. program only possible in Genetics program
Entry date: July 1, 1996, August 16, 1996, or Jan. 1, 1997
Interested students should send brief description of research
  interests and experience, and request for application
  materials (by any means) to:
	Dr. Daniel Panaccione
	West Virginia University
	401 Brooks Hall -- P.O. Box 6057
	Morgantown, WV 26506-6057

	tel (304)293-3911 / fax (304)293-2872
	email danpan at wvnvm.wvnet.edu




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