Organization: Virginia Commonwealth University
Lab: Dr. Amanda Dickinson, www.dickinsonlab.vcu.edu
Studentship starting: September 2014 or 2015
This studentship is targeted to applicants with an interest in investigating the molecular and/or biomechanical mechanisms governing formation of the embryonic face. I am looking for someone with strong molecular skills and a passion for the developing embryo.
Eligibility and Application Details
We welcome applications from those who hold (or expect to be awarded) a relevant undergraduate degree in biology, biomedical engineering or chemistry. Please see the ILS at VCU webpage for more details about eligibility and application (http://www.vcu.edu/lifesci/phd/overview/index.html)
Students are provided with $23,000/year stipend. In addition, you will be provided with a computer, ipad and health insurance.
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If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity please contact Amanda Dickinson.
Email: ajdickinson (at) vcu.edu
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