RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY: comparative study of palatine teeth

upasanap

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HI ,I am in australia keenly interested to join. i had my masters in zoology with my speciliazation in fish fisheries and fresh water ecology.plz contact me on my id. i am sending you my resume.plz have a look.
 

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Hi Upasana

Thanks for that; I'll contact you via pm shortly. I've edited your first post to remove your CV (a strange thing to post online).
Kindest
Steve
 

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I will be looking for a co-op placement come january, am studying biology at University of Waterloo (scince and business spec. biology), and have experience studying marine biology through Ocean Educations. Also very enthusiastic. please email me at [email protected] if you are still looking..... i saw a couple threads for this so i wil post this on all because i want this so badly :biggrin2:
 

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Ceph fan said:
I will be looking for a co-op placement come january, am studying biology at University of Waterloo (scince and business spec. biology), and have experience studying marine biology through Ocean Educations. Also very enthusiastic. please email me at [email protected] if you are still looking..... i saw a couple threads for this so i wil post this on all because i want this so badly :biggrin2:

If you don't get any reply from "The Man" then i can only advise to PM him directly. Good luck :wink:

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Like I've said before, Steve... This is a hell of an ambitious project. Let me see what I can do to help as well. I may need some info for a senior project, and this would be kickass for both a project and as a source for your overall research. That is, if you're interested in information on Northern Hemisphere (the SWINGINGEST hemisphere :razz:) cephs.

And no one will steal this idea. If they do, we can handle them *cracks knuckles*

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Your research sounds really interesting! It would be great to know what you've discovered so far. I'm a prospective cephalopod researcher waiting to hear if I've gotten into the doctoral programs to which I just applied.

Currently I've got a temp job as a chemist, and really miss zoology.

Certainly, I'll admit its a little preemptive of me but assuming that at least -one- of these programs accepts me, my intent is to research invertebrate physiology and behavior, specifically in cephalopods. Your topic sounds like a great project to get into that's right up my alley. Also, I could really use some hands on ceph experience. I've been around the block with higher phyla, but I'm really fascinated by invertebrates.

Please let me know if I could be useful in your research.
:tentacle: Paige
B.S. Zoology
B.S. Biology
Oregon State University 2003
 

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Hi Paige; do let us know how you went on your scholarship/postgraduate applications
 

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Just 'bumping' this thread, the last post being over 2 years ago. This will be an extremely interesting, rewarding research project, appropriate for someone wanting to do a Masters.
 

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Bumping again, because of something Kat and I am (or should this be 'are'?) doing .... watch closely this next week, for a treat; you'll not be disappointed. It has been nearly 1.5 years since a post on this thread, and the FIRST post was made in September 2004! Heavens, 5 years ago! I haven't changed a bit in that time :smile:
 

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Steve O'Shea;140876 said:
Heavens, 5 years ago! I haven't changed a bit in that time :smile:

Not true, we have seen at least two different hair styles (or lack of hair) and sets of glasses
 

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Shivers! I forgot that freezer altogether! It's in another building (that we vacated years ago) in an annex. I'd best go rummage and see what I have in there! (And see if my freezer is still there!!!)
 

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Kat and I talked about that freezer at TONMOCON... I was supposed to send you a reminder Steve -- thanks Jean! Hopefully he can find that stuff and start the thaw process... different thread though, I'll bump it...
 

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Just a sneak preview of things to come ...... :sly:
 

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2mm! That's some mighty precise cutting you did there! That's the radula in situ, right?
 

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Yup, minus one palp; I'm afraid it looks like a brutal cut (perhaps I should have cropped the base somewhat :cry:)
 

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I have unstuck this thread because we've posted an update here. There's more to come re palatine teeth, but the opportunity to do this at a doctoral level has probably passed (seeing that the guts of it has been presented already); that's not to say we are (or anyone else is) anywhere near finished our contribution on this matter!.
 
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