Postdoc Position in Plant Pathogenic Bacteria

D. Kyle Willis dkw at PLANTPATH.WISC.EDU
Tue May 25 18:01:56 EST 1993


Postdoctoral Research on Signal Transduction in Plant Pathogenic Bacteria 

A NSF funded postdoctoral position is available to study the genetics and 
biochemistry of signal transduction in Pseudomonas syringae that are 
pathogenic on bean or Arabidopsis thaliana.  We have recently isolated and 
characterized a genetic regulator that is ubiquitous within Pseudomonas 
syringae (see Hrabak & Willis (1992) J. Bacteriol. 174, 3011-3020; Barta et 
al. (1992) J. Bacteriol. 174, 3021-3029; and Rich et al. (1992) Appl. Env. 
Microbiol. 58, 1440-1446; Barta et al. (1993) Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 59, 
458-466.).  The postdoctoral position (beginning September 1, 1993) will 
entail the molecular characterization of additional mutations in P. syringae 
that block lesion formation on bean and Arabidopsis.  An emphasis of this 
research will be to identify additional members of the lemA  regulon.  We 
are seeking an individual who has interests in prokaryotic molecular 
genetics/biochemistry with an emphasis on DNA sequencing, and gene product 
characterization.  Send curriculum vitae and names of three references to:  


Dr. D. Kyle Willis, Department of Plant Pathology, 1630 Linden Dr., 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI  53706 (FAX  (608) 263-2626; Email  
"dkw at PLANTPATH.wisc.edu")
D. Kyle Willis
USDA/ARS Plant Disease Resistance Unit
Department of Plant Pathology
1630 Linden Dr.
University of Wisconsin
Madison, WI  53706
(608)262-5063
Email <DKW at PLANTPATH.WISC.EDU>



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