Postdoctoral Position-Arabidopsis Developmetal Genetics

Keiko Torii ktorii at u.washington.edu
Tue Feb 13 16:05:44 EST 2001


Postdoctoral position available at University of Washington-
Plant developmental genetics

An NSF-funded postdoctoral position is available immediately in the
laboratory of Dr. Keiko Torii (http://faculty.washington.edu/ktorii) to
study a role of cell cycle regulators for plant organ morphogenesis.  A
successful candidate will take an integrated molecular-genetic and cell
biological approach to characterize Arabidopsis mutants that lack a family
of cell cycle regulators.

This is a collaborative project of three laboratories with distinct
expertise in Seattle area: Dr. Keiko Torii (Plant Developmental Biology,
UW-Botany); Dr. Luca Comai (Plant Genetics,UW-Botany); and Dr. Jim
Roberts
(Mammalian Cell-cycle Regulation, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research
Center).  The successful candidate will take advantage of  the
collaborative environment of the three research groups.

For the information about each PI: Please see the following Web sites:
http://myprofile.cos.com/ktorii
http://myprofile.cos.com/comail84
http://myprofile.cos.com/robertsa46

The candidate must have a background in basic molecular biology,
biochemistry, or cell biology. However, pervious experience in a plant
system is not essential.

Salaries are competitive, and we have very good benefits (medical, dental,
and vision insurance as well as retirement benefits).

If interested, please send (or e-mail) your cover letter, CV, and names
and e-mail address of three references to:

Keiko Torii
Botany, University of Washington
Box 355325,
Seattle, WA 98195-5325
ktorii at u.washington.edu
http://depts.washington.edu/botweb/facbio/torii.html
http://faculty.washington.edu/ktorii

University of Washington is located at North-East Seattle, surrounded by
Lake Washington, Puget Sound, and Olympic & Cascade Mountains. Known as
"the Emerald City",
Seattle is a recreation enthusiast's dream
(http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/tour/seamap.htm).

University of Washington is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Keiko U. Torii, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Hitchcock Hall 544		Phone: (206)221-5701 (office)
Department of Botany		       (206)221-5756 (lab)
University of Washington	Fax:   (206)685-1728
Box. 355325			e-mail: ktorii at u.washington.edu
Seattle, WA 98195-5325

http://depts.washington.edu/botweb/facbio/torii.html
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