University of California, Los Angeles
An entry level postdoctoral position is available immediately to
study mechanisms regulating auxin activity during plant development.
A number of projects are available to characterize the function of
the protein kinase PINOID in regulating auxin activity, including
determining its interactions with known auxin signaling components,
genetic screens to identify new components of the signaling pathway,
and molecular analysis of PINOID and its homologues in Arabidopsis.
Interested candidates should send applications, including a letter
describing research interests, a curriculum vitae, availability and
contact information for three references to: Sioux Christensen,
University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Molecular,
Cellular and Developmental Biology, P.O. Box 951606, Los Angeles, CA,
90095-1606. Applications may also be submitted by email to
sioux at ucla.edu.
Sioux Christensen, Ph.D.
Department of MCD Biology
P.O. Box 951606
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1606