PhD Opportunity Fall 2015 in integrative study of susceptibility to disease and contaminants
We seek a highly motivated and capable PhD student for an integrative project focused on the microbiology of susceptibility to disease and contaminants. The student will work with faculty in both the Departments of Zoology and Microbiology at Southern Illinois University. Given the integrative nature of this project, we are seeking a student with interest in, and preferably some experience in microbiology, including methods such as immunofluorescent microscopy and real-time PCR. For highly competitive students, SIU offers the Morris Doctoral Fellowships, which provides a 12-month salary for 3-years, plus research funding (http://gradschool.siu.edu/cost-aid/morris.html). Support as a teaching assistant is also available.
Graduate Student Opportunity (M.S. or PhD)
I am seeking a graduate student interested in physiological ecology. The focus of research is open but possibilities include work on climate effects and on rodent community behavior and physiological function, to life history processes in relation to physiological stress in reptiles and amphibians. Contact Robin Warne (email@example.com) for further information, please include a current CV.