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Old 04-14-2006, 09:15 PM
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Multiple Ph.D. student positions

Multiple Ph.D. student fellowships are available in the research groups
of Dr. Dmitry Belostotsky and Dr. Julia Chekanova at the University of
Missouri (Kansas City). Successful applicants will work in a research
team studying:

1) posttranscriptional control of gene expression and its relationship
with reproductive development in Arabidopsis
2) mRNA processing and control of mRNA release from the site of
transcription in yeast

See our recent publications for further information: Trends in Plant
Science, 10: 347-353, 2005; Molecular Cell, 16:498-500, 2004; RNA,
10:1200-1214, 2004; Genetics, 163:311-319, 2003; RNA, 9:1476-1490, 2003;
Current Biology, 11:1207-1214, 2001 and/or have a look at our current
webpage [Only registered users see links. ]

Successful candidates will have a B.S. or masters (or equivalent) in
molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, genetics or plant
physiology, and a solid background in basic molecular biology and
genetic techniques. Experience in bioinformatics is a plus. These
positions are open from January 2007.

Kansas City is a major cosmopolitan center featuring dynamic cultural
environment, vibrant music scene, and exciting opportunities for
year-round recreational activities. UMKC School of Biological Sciences
is located next to the Stowers Institute, offering ample opportunities
for collaboration.

Applications, including CV, a brief statement of research experience and
interests as well as contact information of two referees, should be
submitted by EMAIL ONLY to Dr. Dmitry Belostotsky (dab [at] albany.edu)

All graduate students must enter through a UMKC graduate program
admission process which is described in detail in the Graduate Student
Handbook that can be downloaded as a pdf file from the
sbs.umkc.edu/programs/graduate/resources.html website

Qualifications for admission as a M.S. or Ph.D. student: an
undergraduate degree in biology, chemistry, physics or related
discipline, and a 3.0 grade point average (3.2+ expected), 3 letters of
recommendation from those familiar with the student's academic and
intellectual capabilities, a minimum GRE Aptitude Test score of 1500
(213 computer score) is necessary, (1800+, or 250+ computer score,
expected; this refers to combined raw scores: verbal + analytical +
quantitative; subject test is not required). Tests should be taken as
early as possible so that the results will be available by February 15
of the year of anticipated matriculation.

International applicants whose native language is not English must pass
the TOEFL examination with a minimum score of 550 (600+ preferred). For
all international students, a score of 4.0 on the Test of Written
English (TWE) of TOEFL is required

Financial support: all Ph.D. candidates accepted to UMKC graduate
programs are provided financial support. Some stipends may be available
for M.S. candidates on a competitive basis for full-time graduate
students. Assistantships for doctoral students provide a yearly stipend
of $22,000 -- plus tuition remissions and fee waivers for a total
financial equivalent of approximately $34,000.

--

Dmitry A. Belostotsky, Ph.D.

Associate Professor


Department of Biological Sciences

State University of New York at Albany

1400 Washington Ave., Albany, NY 12222


Phone and FAX (518) 442 4368

E-mail [Only registered users see links. ]

Homepage [Only registered users see links. ]



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