[Coral-List] grad opportunity to study marine disease

Greta Smith Aeby greta at hawaii.edu
Fri Dec 15 15:25:12 EST 2006


   Below is an announcement of a new graduate program at the University of Hawaii which focuses on understanding diseases.  
This program has a marine ecosystem component and so provides an incredible opportunity for graduate students interested in 
studying marine disease.  Please pass this information onto any interested students.  Graduate students interested in working 
on coral disease can contact me as a potential mentor.


Greta S. Aeby, Ph.D.
Assistant researcher
Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
greta at hawaii.edu

NSF IGERT Opportunities at the University of Hawaii (UH):
Integrating Ecology, Conservation, and Pathogen Biology (ECPB)

We are seeking exceptional doctoral students interested in  
intergrative research and training in evolutionary ecology and  
biomedical sciences.  ECPB Fellows will be selected from qualified Ph.D. students who have been accepted into participating 
doctoral programs at UH  
consistent with the goals of ECPB, with at least two faculty  
mentors whose disciplinary expertise bridge ecology (including  
evolutionary ecology), conservation, and/or pathogen biology.  The  
fellowship includes a stipend ($30,000/yr) and tuition for two  

Applications are due Jan 31, 2007.

For additional information, please visit the ECPB website at http:// 

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