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info desired about graduate schools

rhoneycu at NSF.GOV rhoneycu at NSF.GOV
Fri Jul 2 08:58:00 EST 1993

          There are many programs in molecular evolution.
          Pennsylvania State University has a large number of faculty
          conducting research on population genetics and molecular
          evolution.  If you are interested in plants, you might
          contact Drs. Jeff Palmer (Indiana University), Mike Clegg
          (University of California at Riverside), Jeff Doyle (Cornell
          University), Elizabeth Kellogg (Harvard University),
          Elizabeth Zimmer (Smithosonian Institution), Kenneth Sytsma
          (University of Wisconsin), and Richard Olmstead (University
          of Colorado).  If you are interested in animals you might
          contact David Hillis (University of Texas), Michael Miyamoto
          (University of Florida), Christine Simon (University of
          Connecticut), Stephen R. Palumbi (University of Hawaii),
          Maryellen Ruvolo (Harvard University), Rob DeSalle (American
          Museum of Natural History), Morris Goodman (Wayne State
          University), Wesley Brown (University of Michigan), John
          Avise (University of Georgia), Charles Aquadro (Cornell
          University), Wen-Hsiung Li (University of Texas at Houston),
          Richard Lewontin (Harvard University), Jeff Powell (Yale
          University), Margaret Riley (Yale University), Walter Fitch
          (University of California at Irvine), James Lake (UCLA), and
          me (Rodney Honeycutt, Texas A&M University).

          I have left out many names.  You might write directly to the
          new Society of Molecular Evolution (Walter Fitch, editor;
          Molecular Biology and Evolution) and see if there is a
          membership list.

          Good luck in selecting a program.

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