Graduate (PhD and MS) student positions available

The newly established Zinovyeva lab in Division of Biology at Kansas State University has positions available for highly motivated individuals
interested in pursuing graduate degrees.

Our lab uses C. elegans as a model system and our research is aimed at understanding the molecular mechanisms of microRNA biogenesis
and function. MicroRNAs are potent regulators of gene expression and therefore play important roles in development and disease. To learn
more about our research, please visit Zinovyeva, Anna | Faculty | Biology | Kansas State University or contact Anna Zinovyeva, Ph.D.
at Students broadly interested in molecular biology, genetics, and developmental biology, and may specifically
be interested in gene regulation and RNA biology are encouraged to apply. We use a variety of genetic, developmental, molecular, and
biochemical approaches in our research. This multidisciplinary approach offers ample opportunities for a motivated and enthusiastic individual.
You can learn more about the Graduate studies program at KSU at: Graduate Studies. Next cycle of
applications are accepted by August 1st 2016 for 2017 spring admission.

Kansas State University is located in Manhattan, a beautiful college town nestled against the Flint Hills in northeastern Kansas. Forbes recently
rated Manhattan third in the list of “best small places for careers”. Kansas State University has been rated by Business Insider to be in the Top 20
best college campuses in the nation.

Further inquiries can be sent to:

Anna Zinovyeva, Ph.D.
Kansas State University
Division of Biology
28 Ackert Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506