for Prospective Graduate Students
Dr. Quentin Fang's research areas are tick molecular vector biology.
The research areas are tick gene isolation (cloning and sequencing of tick
genes), test of tick genes for anti-tick vaccine, molecular population genetics
of ticks, tick/pathogen relations, and exploration
of non-used nuclear protein-encoding genes for molecular systematics,.
graduate students are always welcome!
and competitive Graduate
Assistantships are currently available in the Department of Biology, Georgia
Teaching Assistantships are offered by the Department of Biology
at GSU very year. Please contact Dr.
Steve Vives, the Chair of Biology Department or
Dr. Bruce Schulte,
the departmental Graduate Coordinator, if you are interested in applying for.
You may also contact
Dr. Q.Q. Fang
for the graduate teaching assistantships, if you would like to
work with Dr. Fang for graduate thesis research.
For more information
graduate programs in the Department of Biology, Georgia Southern
University, please click the departmental web page at:
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