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post-doctoral position, UC Davis

Stacey Harmer slharmer at ucdavis.edu
Thu Feb 26 21:02:46 EST 2004


POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN PLANT CIRCADIAN BIOLOGY

UC Davis, Section of Plant Biology

A postdoctoral position is available for a highly motivated 
individual to study the molecular basis of circadian rhythms in 
Arabidopsis.  A large proportion of the plant transcriptome is 
regulated by the circadian clock (Science 290:2110-3).  However, the 
mechanism of this regulation is poorly understood.  The aim of the 
current NIH-funded project is to better understand the cis- and 
trans-acting factors that confer appropriately phased circadian 
regulation on clock output genes.  This will be achieved by a 
multidisciplinary approach using molecular genetic, biochemical, and 
functional genomic techniques.  The ideal candidate will be an 
independent, critical thinker with experience in molecular biology, 
genetics, or biochemistry. 

A competitive salary with benefits will be offered.  Davis is a 
thriving community of 65,000 located near the state capitol 
Sacramento.  Abundant cultural and recreational activities are 
afforded by its proximity to the Bay Area, the Sierra Nevada 
mountains, and the Pacific Ocean.

Please forward an application outlining research experience and 
interests along with your C.V., reprints, and the e-mail addresses of 
three references to:


             Stacey Harmer
             Section of Plant Biology
             1002 Life Science Addition
             One Shields Ave
             University of California
             Davis, CA 95616 
             (530)752-8101
             <mailto:slharmer at ucdavis.edu>slharmer at ucdavis.edu



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