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MSc Student Opportunity - Orchid Conservation Research

Apr 17

Written by: SuperUser Account
4/17/2017 9:43 AM 

The Grubisha Lab at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay is seeking a MSc graduate student to conduct research as part of our orchid mycorrhizal fungi conservation project in collaboration with the Ridges Sanctuary and the Smithsonian Ecological Research Center. The Ridges Sanctuary is a hotspot of North American orchid biodiversity situated along northern Lake Michigan in beautiful Door County, Wisconsin. The research project will include field work at the Ridges Sanctuary, greenhouse experiments, soil nutrient analyses, isolation and maintenance of pure fungal cultures, and molecular analyses. Prior experience or training in mycology, microbiology, or plant biology is preferred. Students should be able to start in August 2017 or January 2018 in our Environmental Science & Policy graduate program, Ecosystems Studies track (http://www.uwgb.edu/esp/). Interested students should contact Lisa Grubisha directly (grubishl@uwgb.edu) and include your CV, unofficial transcripts, and a statement of your interests. For more information about the Grubisha Lab see http://blog.uwgb.edu/grubisha/



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