Post-doctoral position - lignification

Malcolm Campbell malcolm.campbell at plant-sciences.oxford.ac.uk
Fri Oct 20 09:38:58 EST 2000


Applications are invited for a postdoctoral researcher to work in Dr Malcolm
Campbell's lab on the control of lignification, using an arabidopsis mutant
analysis approach. This is a 3-year  BBSRC funded project, to start as soon
as practicable and no later than February 2001.

Applicants should have proven research skills in at least one of the
following areas:
i) Molecular biology techniques, with particular emphasis on analysis of
plant gene expression, transcription factors or in situ hybridisation
ii) Analysis of arabidopsis mutants at the phenotypic and genotypic levels
iii) An understanding of plant developmental and/or biochemical processes
with particular emphasis on the molecular biology and biochemistry of
lignification

Further particulars may be downloaded from www.plants.ox.ac.uk/ and also are
available from the Administrator, Department of Plant Sciences
(ann.stedman at plants.ox.ac.uk).

Potential applicants are welcome to contact Dr Campbell
(malcolm.campbell at plants.ox.ac.uk) to discuss informally further aspects of
the project.

Applications, including a cv and the names and addresses of two referees,
should be sent to the Administrator (from whom further details are
available), Department of Plant Sciences, Oxford OX1 3RB, quoting ref
PRA/27.

Closing date for applications: 13 November 2000.

THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
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