Ph.D. student position is available to study C. elegans development:

A graduate research assistantship is available in the laboratory of Eleanor Maine in the Department of Biology at Syracuse University. Research in the Maine laboratory focuses on the genetic and molecular mechanisms regulating cell proliferation and differentiation, using the C. elegans germ line as a model system. Funding is available through a grant from the NIH. A university degree (B.S., B.A.) in biology, biochemistry, or a related field is necessary. Interested applicants should email with a CV, a statement of research interests, and contact information for three references.