CAUER at canr1.cag.uconn.edu
Mon Jul 8 17:15:08 EST 1996
Post-doctoral research associate
Candidates are sought for a research position in a plant molecular
biology laboratory. Experience in electrophysiology (patch clamping,
protein expression and reconstitution into artificial bilayers and/or
oocyte expression) preferable. The proposed studies will focus on
identifying and characterizing new plant potassium channel genes.
The research program will integrate molecular genetic approaches for
gene manipulation, and patch clamp analysis of ion channel function.
Start date can be 7/1/96.
Graduate research assistantship
Candidates are sought for a PhD graduate assistantship in a plant
molecular biology laboratory. Preference will be given to candidates
with a M.S. degree in an appropriate field, and prior experience with
standard gene manipulation techniques; i.e. related to library
screening, plasmid preparations, subcloning, DNA sequencing, RNA
isolation and Northern analysis. The research program will integrate
molecular genetic approaches for gene manipulation, and patch clamp
analysis of plant potassium channel function. The NSF-funded
research program will focus on identifying and characterizing new
plant ion channel genes.
Dr. Gerry Berkowitz
Professor and Head
Dept. of Plant Science, U-67
1376 Storrs Road
Univ. of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269
860-486-2924 or 860-486-5940
Reply directly by email to:
gberkowi at canr1.cag.uconn.edu
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