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Graduate fellowships in plant systematics
« : янв. 13, 2004, 18:56 »
>Graduate fellowships in plant systematics.  Three graduate student
>fellowships, two at the University of Utah and one at the New York Botanical
>Garden, are available on an internationally collaborative project to produce
>a global monograph of the genus Solanum (Solanaceae). The project is one of
>four Planetary Biodiversity Inventory programs funded by NSF in
>collaboration with the ALL Species Foundation. Solanum includes between 1000
>and 2000 species and is one of the largest genera of angiosperms.  Students
>will pursue Ph.D. projects on groups within Solanum, culminating in
>synthetic treatments encompassing monographic taxonomy of the selected
>species groups; field work for the collection of herbarium, seed and silica
>gel samples; molecular phylogenetic analyses; and presentation of data in
>electronic format.  Substantial interaction is expected with students and
>scientists at the four primary institutions (University of Utah, University
>of Wisconsin-Madison, the New York Botanical Garden, and the Natural History
>Museum, London) as well as with other national and international
>collaborators on this project.  Candidates should be enrolled in a Ph.D.
>program.  All three positions are available beginning in August 2004 and
>extendable for up to five years.  It is likely that students will be
>supported from a mixture of research funds and teaching assistantships.
>For the positions at the University of Utah: Students will be primarily
>advised by Lynn Bohs.  Contact Dr. Bohs for more information about the
>project or potential thesis topics:
>Lynn Bohs
>Department of Biology
>257 South 1400 East
>University of Utah
>Salt Lake City, UT 84112  USA
>E-mail: bohs@biology.utah.edu
>Phone: (801) 585-0380
>Information on the Biology Department at the University of Utah is available
>at www.biology.utah.edu
>Information about the application process, admission requirements, and
>deadlines is available at www.biology.utah.edu/grads.php
>For the position at the New York Botanical Garden: Students will be
>primarily advised by Michael Nee and will be enrolled at one of the academic
>institutions in the New York City area; partner schools are listed on the
>NYBG website.  Contact Dr. Nee for more information about the project or
>potential thesis topics:
>Michael Nee
>New York Botanical Garden
>Bronx, NY  10458-5126  USA
>E-mail: mnee@nybg.org
>Phone: (718) 220-6504
>Information on graduate studies at the New York Botanical Garden is
>available at http://sciweb.nybg.org/science2/GraduateStudies.asp