|Institution||University of Saskatchewan|
|Type of Fellowship||PhD Fellowship|
|Graduate Program Type||Biological & Medical Sciences|
|College / University||http://studdys.com/saskatchewan/university-of-saskatchewan/|
Graduate Fellowship Description
The University of Saskatchewan requests applications from PhD Graduate students for the available position of:
Developmental genetics and imaging to analyze the role of growth factor signalling.
The fields of interest for the fellowship will be genetics and growth factor signalling.
The project makes use of educational genetics and image resolution to investigate the part of progress element signalling and flexible material proteoglycans in zebra:seafood skeletogenesis.
Requirements of applicants are to be a PhD Graduate student.
The University is located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. We have a physical center (PAC) which includes a 13,500 sq. ft. fitness center, a multiple gym along with a 42-ft Mountain climbing wall. Matching the facilities are system products in aquatics, dance, health and fitness and particular wants.
We are known our university observatory that gives the public weekly viewings of the night sky at no cost.
Interested individuals will be required to supply Curriculum Vitae, an unofficial copy of TOEFL results, if appropriate, a written statement describing how your research experience and career goals make you the perfect candidate for this position and names and contact information of three references.
For any further information or questions regarding the application process or more information about the University itself please contact:
Dr. Brian Eames at [email protected]
Applicants can also find facts and more information on the respective University Page.
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