postdoctoral fellowship in Arabidopsis functional genomics

George Haughn haughn at interchange.ubc.ca
Wed Jan 3 18:18:03 EST 2001


POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN ARABIDOPSIS FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS

available at the

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

VANCOUVER, CANADA

We are seeking a highly motivated individual interested in a project that
employs a novel strategy to generate a population of activation tagged
Arabidopsis plants.  Unlike the populations of activation tagged plants
currently available, activation of genes in the new population will be
inducible and therefore avoid problems associated with viability and
fertility that prevent recovery many activation-tagged phenotypes.  The
successful candidate will be involved in making the appropriate plasmid
constructs, generating a population of activation tagged plants and testing
the effectiveness of the system. Applicants should have proven research
skills in molecular biology, with particular emphasis on analysis of plant
gene expression and molecular genetic manipulation of plants. Experience
with Arabidopsis transformation, reporter genes and genetic would be
advantageous.

This position requires excellent communication skills and is available
immediately. Applicants should have a PhD degree and relevant experience.
Salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualification and
experience. Interested candidates should send a cover letter outlining
research experience and interests, a curriculum vitae, and the names and
phone numbers of 3 referees to Dr. George Haughn, Department of Botany,
University of British Columbia, 3529-6270 University Blvd., Vancouver, B.C.
V6T 1Z4, Canada; FAX (604) 822-6089; E-mail haughn at interchange.ubc.ca.
Applications received after February 15, 2001 will be considered only if
vacancies remain to be filled.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements priority will be given
to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.  UBC hires on the
basis of merit and is committed to employment equity.  We encourage all
qualified persons to apply.


George Haughn, Professor
Botany Department,  University of British Columbia
6270 University Blvd,  Vancouver, BC  V6T 1Z4,  Canada
Tel:  604 822-9089
FAX:  604 822-6089
E-mail haughn at interchg.ubc.ca
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