MS Positions in Marine Physiology and Behavior

MS in Biology: The Chabot lab at Plymouth State University is seeking graduate students to fill two funded positions to study the behavior and physiology of horseshoe crabs and other estuarine organisms. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to engage in ongoing funded research=

into the effects of biomedical bleeding and the molecular and physiological control of biological rhythms of horseshoe crabs and other marine species in the lab and field.  Lab work might involve behavioral and physiological measurements, deep sequencing, bioinformatics, westerns=

, in situ, PCR, or immunohistochemistry, while field work will include collection trips and surveys.  The positions include research assistantships and tuition coverage. Research and course work will take place in beautiful Plymouth, NH located in the White Mountains and Lakes Region of New Hampshire as well as on and around Great Bay, NH. Expected outcomes include co-authorship in peer-reviewed scientific papers, presentations, preparation of grant proposals, and preparation for PhD program or positions in your field of interest.

If you are interested in applying for these positions, please send (1) a short introductory email stating your research/career interests, (2) C.V.=

; (3) unofficial transcripts; (4) copies of your GRE scores (if taken); and=

(5) a list of three references who are willing to write letters on your behalf as a single PDF file to Chris Chabot ( Applicants must have a Bachelor=92s degree in Biology or related field. Preference will be given to those who can begin in May or June, 2017. Review of applicants will begin immediately. Official transcripts and GRE=

scores will be required for admittance into PSU.