PhD position available!

Zongming Cheng zcheng at plains.NoDak.edu
Tue Feb 7 12:51:06 EST 1995


GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP AVAILABLE.  Department of Plant Sciences, North 
Dakota State University, has one fellowship available for a Ph.D candidate 
beginning fall semester 1995. This fellowship is part of the Department of 
Energy (DOE)/ND EPSCoR traineeship designed to award top students and to 
encourage work with DOE related research.  This particular candidate will 
work specifically on either the molecular mechanism of adventitious root 
formation in hardwood cuttings of aspen, a woody energy plant, or the 
phytoremediation of heavy metals.  Students who are US CITIZENS OR PERMANENT
RESIDENTS with a strong background in plant molecular biology and 
(bio)chemistry are encouraged to apply.  GRE General Test is required and 
Subject Test in Biology is encouraged.  Annual stipend is $16,000 per year 
plus tuition waiver and health insurance coverage.  The Department of Plant 
Sciences, located in a newly constructed building, has state-of-the-art 
facilities to carry out the research.  For further information on research or 
program contact: Dr. Zong-Ming Cheng (phone: (701©231-7405,
fax: (701©231-8474, e-mail: zcheng at plains.nodak.edu), Department of Plant
Sciences, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND 58105.  For application
materials contact: The Graduate School, North Dakota State University, 
Fargo, ND 58105.  




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