post doc in Floral Development and Evolution

Susan Kalisz kalisz+ at pitt.edu
Mon Feb 16 12:54:12 EST 2004


Postdoctoral Associate in Floral Development and Evolution

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position to study plant 
mating system evolution in the lab of Susan Kalisz.  The goal of the 
project is to understand mechanisms that generate floral 
developmental flexibility and their role in influencing mating system 
evolution. Molecular genetic and candidate gene approaches in 
comparative studies of the genus Collinsia and the model Antirrhinum 
majus, both in the Scrophulariaceae will be used. Applicants well 
versed in molecular techniques will be given preference. Our lab is a 
member of the NSF-supported MORPH Research Coordination Network 
http://www.colorado.edu/eeb/MORPH

Funding is available for two years, with a competitive salary and 
full benefits. The position is available beginning May 1, 2004. The 
University of Pittsburgh is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested applicants should send a CV, brief statement of research 
interests and experience, and contact information for three 
references via email to:
Susan Kalisz
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
4249 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA  15260 USA
E-mail:  kalisz at pitt.edu
Phone: 412 624-4281

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Susan Kalisz
Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA  15260 USA
412 624-4281 office
412 624-4276 lab
412 624-4759 fax



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