Ph.D. studentship in plant developmental biology

Nobody nobody at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Tue Oct 31 02:49:47 EST 2000


Ph.D. position in plant developmental biology at the University of Cologne,
Germany




Applications are invited for a PhD position to work on a signal
transduction pathway that controls cell fate in plant meristems.

The Institute of Developmental Biology is part of the University of
Cologne, situated in the centre of the city. The five research groups at
the Institute analyse fundamental aspects of development, using Drosophila,
zebrafish, maize, Antirrhinum and Arabidopsis as model systems. Joint
research programs exist with the departments of genetics and zoology, and
also with the Max-Planck-Institute for Plant Breeding located nearby. (For
more information about the research project, see Brand, U. et al.,  (2000):
Science 289, 617-619)

The position is initially funded for three years, salary will be according
to the german BATIIa/2 scale. Interested candidates should have a MSc or
other qualifications equivalent to a german "Diploma" in  biology. Please
direct applications, or informal requests for more information, to:


Dr. R=FCdiger Simon
Institut f=FCr Entwicklungsbiologie
Universit=E4t zu K=F6ln
Gyrhofstr. 17
D-50923 K=F6ln
Germany

e-mail: ruediger.simon at uni-koeln.de
phone: +49-221-4703130
fax: +49-221-4705164

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Dr. R=FCdiger Simon
Institut f=FCr Entwicklungsbiologie
Universit=E4t zu K=F6ln
Gyrhofstr. 17
50923 K=F6ln
Germany

NEW e-mail: Ruediger.Simon at uni-koeln.de
Tel.: +49-221-470-3130
=46ax.: +49-221-470-5164
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Dr. R=FCdiger Simon
Institut f=FCr Entwicklungsbiologie
Universit=E4t zu K=F6ln
Gyrhofstr. 17
50923 K=F6ln
Germany

NEW e-mail: Ruediger.Simon at uni-koeln.de
Tel.: +49-221-470-3130
=46ax.: +49-221-470-5164
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