Postdoc Position in Signal Transduction

Glenda Gillaspy gillaspy at
Tue Feb 22 11:13:11 EST 2000

A postdoctoral position is available to study IP3 signaling in Arabidopsis.
Research will focus on a group of genes predicted to terminate signal
transduction by directly acting on IP3 second messenger and will utilize a
combination of genetic, cellular, molecular and biochemical approaches.
Successful candidates should have a Ph.D. and a strong background in
molecular biology, biochemistry or genetics and a willingness to extend
their expertise in new directions. The position is for one year with
extensions of up to three years possible. Please send a letter of interest,
vitae, and a list of three references to Dr. Glenda Gillaspy, Department of
Biochemistry, 306 Fralin Biotechnology Center, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg,
VA 24061; fax 540-231-7126, e-mail gillaspy at Position is available
immediately, but screening will continue until a suitable applicant is
found. Fralin Biotechnology Center contains a dynamic group of plant
molecular biologists with interests in both basic and applied science where
collaborative and entrepreneurial work is encouraged. Virginia Tech is an
equal opportunity employer.

Glenda Gillaspy
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry
306 Fralin Biotechnology Center
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061                            ph: (540) 231-1850


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