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Posted by Chris Anderson on April 01, 2002 at 14:01:21:
I will be attending Cornell University starting this fall studying in the field of biology toward what I hope will be a Ph.D. in Herpetology or at least a zoological field. I was fortunate enough to be placed in the Cornell Presidential Research Scholars program where every Research Scholar recieves up to $26,000 over 4-years (with up to $10,000 a year) for research on a topic of their creation. I will be attending an information orientation on the program soon but am very set on research in the herpetological field, if at all possible. I am posting in hopes that I might gain some ideas as to what I could study. My main interest is in chameleons but am not sure about how realistic research would be on this family. Does anyone have any suggestions they have always wished someone would try to research or they think would be interesting? I do have experience with venomous snakes in the wild (from rear-fanged to tiapans) so this could be a possibility as well.
I of course will have to get my topic approved but want to start coming up with ideas. Thanks,