Ph.D. Student Assistantship, Signaling Mechanisms of Neurodevelopment, University of Vermont

Posted 11/19/2018

The Ph.D. student would study and train under the primary direction of Dr. Bryan Ballif, an expert in signal transduction, proteomics and neurodevelopment. In collaboration with Dr. Alicia Ebert the student would focus on signaling mechanisms governing the neurodevelopment of zebrafish.

This is a unique opportunity to learn protein mass spectrometry, cellular biochemistry and zebrafish developmental biology.  Interested students should contact Professor Ballif directly:

Twelve-month Funding for five years would come from a mixture of graduate student teaching and research assistantships.

The Biology Department at the University of Vermont has excellent facilities for research, and there are opportunities for collaboration with faculty and graduate students in other units on campus, including the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine.

Founded in 1791, UVM is consistently ranked as one of the top public universities in the United States. The University is located in Burlington, Vermont, a vibrant and environmentally-minded small city rich in cultural and recreational activities for graduate students and their families.

We only admit students for whom we have secured financial support through graduate teaching fellowships or research grants.

Last Updated 11/19/2018