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May 5, 2018

MSc or PhD graduate studentship position available

Queen’s University, Ontario

A graduate position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Wayne Snedden at Queen’s University (https://biology.queensu.ca/people/department/professors/snedden/) to study the role of calcium signal transduction in plant stress response and development. Plants possess large families of unique calcium-binding proteins and we are interested in uncovering their physiological functions. Projects can be tailored to student interests but will typically include a range of training across disciplines such as protein biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, and physiology. A description of the graduate program at Queen’s Biology can be found at https://biology.queensu.ca/academics/graduate/. Current student stipends are about $24,000 (MSc), or $25,000 (PhD). Expected start dates are either September, 2018, or January, 2019. Queen’s and Kingston offer a wonderful student experience in an historic setting on the scenic shores of Lake Ontario. Contact Dr. Snedden for additional details on projects and the application process. Email: sneddenw@queensu.ca




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