#Nota de F: Yo mismo trabajé con Wendy durante unos meses en Auburn, y te puedo decir que, además de una excelente científica, es una persona maravillosa. Así que, si el tema te interesa, no lo dudes!
The Hood lab at Auburn University is looking to recruit 2 grad students (Ph.D. preferred) for fall 2017 to work on an NSF-funded project to evaluate the role that mitochondria play in variation in the reproductive fitness and longevity of animals. Students may work on our wild-derived house mouse model or alternate species.
Interested applicants should review our webpage, http://www.thehoodlaboratory.com/, and send an email to Dr. Wendy Hood at email@example.com. In the email, please include a description of prior research experience, your training in evolutionary biology, physiology, and cell biology. If available, please also include an unofficial copy of your undergraduate and graduate institution transcripts (if post-masters), GPA and GRE scores, an example of your scientific writing, and the email address for 1-2 references. Please contact Dr. Hood ASAP if you would like to be considered for invitation to our graduate student recruitment day in January.
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