Farre Lab:Open positions

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If you are interested in how organisms generate self sustained rhythms and why they are so important for growth and development there are a variety of research opportunities in the Farre Lab.
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If you are interested in how organisms generate self sustained rhythms and why they are so important for growth and development there are a variety of research opportunities in the Farre lab.
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'''Graduate students:'''
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Positions for graduate training of Ph.D. students are currently available in the laboratory. Our research offers an unusually multidisciplinary approach, with comprehensive training in molecular biology, biochemistry, molecular genetics, and plant physiology. Graduate students in my lab apply through the [http://www.plantbiology.msu.edu/graduate-program/phd-program Plant Biology Graduate Program] or the [http://www.genetics.msu.edu/ Genetics Graduate Program]. Students interested in pursuing graduate work in the Farre lab should send a brief e-mail describing their research interests.
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'''Post-docs:'''
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Individuals interested in post-docing in the Farre lab should send a brief statement of research interests and CV.
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Open Positions

If you are interested in how organisms generate self sustained rhythms and why they are so important for growth and development there are a variety of research opportunities in the Farre lab.

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