Postdoc Positions Available

BROWSE at WSUVM1.CSC.WSU.EDU BROWSE at WSUVM1.CSC.WSU.EDU
Thu May 19 10:54:54 EST 1994


Dear Net,
               The attached notice describes two new postdoc positions in my
laboratory.  Both these projects should be lots of fun.  Please contact me
if you are interested or pass this notice on to your friends.
               Thank you.
                                           John Browse.


POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS
Washington State University, Pullman

Two postdoctoral positions are available starting this summer to
work on the molecular biology and biochemistry of plant lipid
metabolism and on the isolation of tagged genes involved in
temperature responses in Arabidopsis.  This research is designed to
support and extend studies of lipid mutants of Arabidopsis that
show developmental and temperature dependent phenotypes (Science
252:80-87, 1991; PNAS 90:6208-6212, 1993; Plant Cell 6:147-158,
1994).  Both projects involve physiological characterization of
mutants as well as the use of molecular biology techniques to clone
and express genes.  The Institute of Biological Chemistry provides a
strong environment for research with a total of over 90 researchers
investigating diverse aspects of plant biochemistry and molecular
biology.  Applicants should have experience in biochemistry,
molecular biology, and/or cell biology, but prior work with plants is
not essential.  Salary will depend on experience.  A cover letter
detailing experience, a curriculum vitae and three letters of
recommendation should be sent to:  John Browse, Institute of
Biological Chemistry, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
99164-6340, fax 509-335-7643; telephone: 509-335-2293; E-mail
Browse at WSUVM1 (Bitnet).  Washington State University is an equal
opportunity employer.



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