Postdoc position: circadian rhythms and light signalling

Andrew Millar Andrew.Millar at warwick.ac.uk
Mon Sep 29 13:11:26 EST 1997


University of Warwick
Department of Biological Sciences

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT IN PLANT GENETICS

A Postdoctoral Research Assistant post funded by the BBSRC is
available to characterise Arabidopsis mutants that affect
light-activated gene expression, and its regulation by the biological
clock.     The successful candidate will join a young, dynamic team
using non-invasive reporter genes to investigate the relationship
between light signal transduction and circadian rhythms.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. and be highly motivated, preferably
with experience in photobiology and/or Arabidopsis molecular genetics,
and good communication skills.    Familiarity with Windows computing
will be an asset.

The post is available immediately for 3 years at a salary on the RAIA
scale.

Informal enquiries to Dr. Andrew Millar
Tel: +44 1203 524592;  fax +44 1203 523701
E-mail <Andrew.Millar at warwick.ac.uk>
http:/www.oikos.warwick.ac.uk/~bioar

Please supply full C.V. and details of 2 referees.

Application forms and further particulars can be obained from the
Personnel Office, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL
Tel: +44 1203 523627

Please quote reference 8/A/97

Closing date for applications - October 16th, 1997

[This position is also advertised in Nature]






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