Post-doc Postion

Judy Brusslan bruss at csulb.edu
Wed Oct 27 13:18:52 EST 2004


An NSF-funded 3-year post-doc is available to study two Arabidopsis 
chloroplast-localized dipeptidyl aminopeptidases, cDAP1 (aka 
AtcDPPIV) and cDAP2.  cDAP1 mRNA shows light-intensity dependent 
regulation, and a role in photoacclimation is being explored. 
Research projects include analyzing photoacclimation phenotypes of 
single and double T-DNA insertion mutants, determining substrate 
specificity of GST-cDAP fusions, and/or setting up a yeast two-hybrid 
system with cDAPs.  The post-doc will also include a mentored 
teaching experience which will include teaching General Genetics for 
one 15-week semester per academic year.

Excellence in research and an interest in teaching are required for 
this position.

For more information, please visit 
<http://www.csulb.edu/~bruss>www.csulb.edu/~bruss

California State University, Long Beach is a large, urban university 
that is located near great surfing beaches and Disneyland.  The Long 
Beach Unified School District is one of the nation's top urban school 
districts.

Please send C.V. with names and email addresses of three references to:

Dr. Judy Brusslan
Department of Biological Sciences
California State University, Long Beach
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach, CA  90840-3702

phone: (562)-985-8133
fax: (562)-985-8878
email: <mailto:bruss at csulb.edu>bruss at csulb.edu



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