[Arabidopsis] Postdoctoral Associate positions in plant
developmental genetics, University of Arizona
yadegari at Ag.arizona.edu
Fri Sep 16 17:20:16 EST 2005
Postdoctoral Associate Positions in Plant Developmental Genetics
Two postdoctoral associate positions are available at the University of
Arizona as part of a NSF-funded Arabidopsis 2010 functional-genomics project
to identify and characterize gene-regulatory networks involved in female
gametophyte development and function. This is a collaborative project
between the University of Arizona (R. Yadegari and K. Schumaker) and the
University of Utah (G. Drews).
We are looking for highly motivated individuals with Ph.D. degrees and with
demonstrated abilities to carry out outstanding research in the fields of
plant biology, genetics, or related disciplines. Proven experience with
molecular biology techniques and demonstrated skills in written and oral
communication are essential qualifications. Ability to interact and work
collaboratively with others is also critical. Previous experience with
Arabidopsis or knowledge of functional genomics and/or bioinformatics is
desirable but not essential. Positions are available immediately.
To apply, send curriculum vitae and the names and contact information
(address, phone, fax and e-mail) for three references to Ramin Yadegari,
Ph.D. (yadegari at ag.arizona.edu) or Karen Schumaker, Ph.D.
(schumake at ag.arizona.edu), Dept. of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona,
Tucson, Arizona 85721-0036, United States. FAX 520-621-7186. The University
of Arizona is an EEO/AA Employer-M/W/D/V.
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