A graduate research & teaching assistantship is available at the
Biology Department, University of Louisiana, Lafayette. The assistantship
is for either a Master's student, or a Ph.D. candidate with a Masters
degree. Research work will focus on novel plant proteins involved in
microtubule and actin microfilament organization. Research methods include
fluoresence and confocal microscopy, and basic molecular biology
techniques. The ideal candidate will be motivated in plant cell and
developmental biology research. The assistantship requires a minimum total
of 1000 in verbal and quantitative parts of GRE.
In addition, graduate fellowships are available for Ph.D. students,
with annual stipends of $12,000 - $17,000, and tuition is waived.
Recipients must be US citizens or hold a green card.
Information on graduate studies at the University of Louisiana,
can be obtained from http://www.ull.edu/Departments/BIOL
To apply, please mail to me a CV, at the address below. In
addition, application materials can be downloaded from the website given
Department of Biology
Post Office Box 42451
University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Lafayette, LA 70504-2451
rsm1241 at usl.eduhttp://www.usl.edu/Departments/BIOL/mcclinton.html