postdoctoral position in ethylene signaling

Paul Larsen paull at ucr.edu
Tue Feb 27 14:55:49 EST 2001


A postdoctoral position is available immediately to study mechanisms of
ethylene signal transduction using Arabidopsis as a model system.  An
opportunity exists to determine the role of a negative regulator, EER1,
in ethylene signaling.  EER1 represents a factor that works to oppose
ethylene signaling  (Plant Physiology 125:1061-1073).   The position
will focus on characterization of EER1, which has recently been cloned,
along with a genetic and biochemical analysis to define its target(s).
Extensive experience in molecular biology, biochemistry, and genetics is
desirable.  Please send a curriculum vitae (by mail, e-mail or fax)
detailing relevant experience and names and addresses of three
references to:  Dr. Paul Larsen, Department of Biochemistry, 1447 Boyce
Hall, University of California-Riverside, Riverside, CA 92521; phone
909-787-2026; fax 909-787-4434; e-mail paul.larsen at ucr.edu

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Paul B. Larsen
Assistant Professor
Department of Biochemistry
University of California-Riverside
phone: 909-787-2026
fax: 909-787-4434
paul.larsen at ucr.edu
http://www.biochemistry.ucr.edu/faculty/larsen.html



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