IonChannel MolBiol, Cambridge

Mark Tester mat10 at cus.cam.ac.uk
Thu Jun 13 17:17:23 EST 2002


Postdoctoral Research Position: Ion channel molecular biology
Dept of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, UK

A three year postdoctoral position is now available to join a team working
to characterise unusual ion channels identified in the Arabidopsis genome.
You will join at least two other research fellows, a postdoc and a couple
of PhD students who are working on (or close to) this project in
Cambridge; and will also integrate with work in other labs in France and
Germany, particularly with Drs Muller-Rober, Sentenac and Barbier-Brygoo.

The project is funded by an EU-FPV grant. Work will involve travel between
the labs in various countries.

For further information about research in my laboratory, including PDFs of
recent publications on nonselective cation channels, see
http://www.plantsci.cam.ac.uk/Tester/Home.html
For specific queries about this project, drop me an e-mail.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. and experience in molecular biology and
heterologous expression. Salary will be on the age-dependent research
associate scale. Only EU nationals can be appointed, and must not have
been resident in the UK for the past two years. The position should start
before the end of this year, and could begin as early as 1 August.

Applications, including a CV and names of three referees, should be sent
to Dr Mark Tester, c/-  reception at plantsci.cam.ac.uk.
Quote Ref. MT2002/EU.

Deadline: 5 July, 2002

The University is an equal opportunity employer.

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Dr Mark Tester,					Tel: 	+ 44 1223 333918
Department of Plant Sciences,			Mobile:	07711 826743
University of Cambridge,			Fax:  	+ 44 1223 333953
Downing St,
Cambridge CB2 3EA,				e-mail: mat10 at cam.ac.uk
U.K.

Also visit our web site, at http://www.plantsci.cam.ac.uk/Tester/Home.html

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