RESEARCH POSITIONS IN PLANT DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS.
jacksond at cshl.org
Tue May 14 00:30:10 EST 2002
Two positions are currently open in my lab to study plant
developmental genetics in model species, including Arabidopsis and
1. Summer Undergraduate Internship.
An NSF funded "REU" (research experience for undergraduates)
10- week intern position is available in the lab. of Dr. Dave Jackson
at Cold Spring Harbor. The research will combine genetics, molecular
and cell biological research, focusing on cereal crop plants.
Applicants should ideally have some lab experience though enthusiasm
and ability to work in a team are the most important criteria.
Minority students are especially encouraged to apply. Dates are
flexible but should include july-august.
2. Laboratory Technician.
A full time lab tech position is available. The research will combine
cellular and genetic techniques to understand molecular aspects of
plant development, focusing on stem cell specification and signaling.
Prior experience in molecular biology and genetics are preferred;
enthusiasm and ability to work in a team is required. Please send
application letter and CV to Dr. Dave Jackson, CSHL, 1 Bungtown Rd.,
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724, or email jacksond at cshl.org.
Also see http://www.cshl.org/public/SCIENCE/jackson.html.
Lucas, W.J., Bouche-Pillon, S., Jackson, D., Nguyen, L., Baker, L.,
Ding, B., and Hake, S. (1995). Selective Trafficking of KNOTTED1 and
its mRNA Through Plasmodesmata. Science 270: 1980-1983.
Jackson, D. and Hake, S. (1999). Control of Phyllotaxy in Maize by
the ABPHYL1 Gene. Development 126: 315-323.
Jackson, D. (2000). Opening up the communication channels: recent
insights into plasmodesmal function. Current Opinions in Plant
Biology 3: 394-399.
Shiobara, F.T., Yuan, Z., Hake, S. and Jackson, D. (2001). The
fasciated ear2 gene encodes a leucine rich repeat receptor like
protein that regulates shoot meristem proliferation in maize. Genes
and Development 15: 2755-2766.
Kim, J.Y., Yuan, Z., Cilia, M, Khalfan, Z. and Jackson, D. (2002).
Intercellular Trafficking Of A KNOTTED1 Green Fluorescent Protein
Fusion in the leaf and shoot meristem of Arabidopsis. PNAS 99:
CSHL is a research and educational institution. The Laboratory has
research programs focusing on cancer, neurobiology, plant genetics,
genomics and bio-informatics. CSHL is an equal opportunities employer.
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