Postdoc Position

Fred Sack sack.1 at
Mon May 21 17:38:06 EST 2001

Ohio State University

An NSF-supported postdoctoral position is available to study the
function of TOO MANY MOUTHS in stomatal patterning in Arabidopsis. TMM
helps orient asymmetric divisions central to patterning, controls entry
into the stomatal pathway, and is hypothesized to be a receptor that
functions in cell communication (Plant Cell 9:1109 and 12:2075).  The
research pursued will depend on the interests and skills of the
successful candidate.  Projects could include the identification of
interacting proteins and loci, and further cell biological and
developmental analyses of gene function and phenotype.  Requirements
include skills in molecular biology, and an ability to perform creative
and independent research.  A background in biochemistry and/or
developmental biology is desirable.  Please send a CV and the names (and
phone, fax and e-mail address) of three references to Fred Sack, Dept.
Plant Biology, 1735 Neil Ave., Columbus OH 43210.  Ph: 614-292-0896;
fax: 614-292-6345; e-mail: sack.1 at;

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