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Post-doctoral Research Positions in Functional Genomics of Shoot
Three post-doctoral positions are available as part of a new three
year initiative to use the tools of functional genomics to understand
the control of dormancy in the major shoot meristems of arabidopsis
and poplar. This integrated programme will involve three different
laboratories, each focusing on a different meristematic system:
Post 1 (Quote Reference: 549) Dormancy of the shoot apical meristem
in the seed.
This position will be supervised by Dr. Mike Holdsworth at IACR
Rothamsted (for further information;
Apply by application form only, available with further particulars
from HR Department, IACR-Rothamsted, Harpenden, Herts, AL5 2JQ.
E-mail res.hr at bbsrc.ac.uk
Salary for Post 1 will normally be between =A320,200 - =A324,000 per annum.
Post 2 (Reference: DR0211) Dormancy of axillary meristems.
This position will be supervised by Dr. Ottoline Leyser at the
University of York and informal enquiries may be made to Dr Leyser
(email hmol1 at york.ac.uk).
=46urther information and details of how to apply are available from
the Personnel Office, University of York, Heslington, York YO10 5DD
or e-mail: jobs at york.ac.uk quoting the appropriate ref. number, or
Post 3 (Reference: PRA/5) Dormancy of the cambium.
This position will be supervised by Dr. Malcolm Campbell at the
University of Oxford. Further particulars can be downloaded from
www.plants.ox.ac.uk and potential applicants are welcome to contact
Dr. Campbell (malcolm.campbell at plants.ox.ac.uk) to discuss informally
further aspects of the project.
Applications, including a cv and the names and addresses of two
referees and clearly quoting reference PRA/5 should be sent to the
Administrator, Department of Plant Sciences, Oxford OX1 3RB. The
University of Oxford is an Equal Opportunities Employer
Salary for Posts 2 and 3 will be within RSA1 range.
Each position is for 3 years, with one researcher based in each of
the participating laboratories. All applicants should have a Ph.D. in
plant molecular biology and experience with molecular mapping would
be particularly advantageous for Post 3.
Closing date for applications: March 15th
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