[Arabidopsis] Re: PS: Candidates should be 30 years old maximum
Edwin J. Reidel
ejr24 at cornell.edu
Thu May 18 14:47:39 EST 2006
Just curious, does arab-gen take a stand on age discrimination? It seems
to me that distributing job announcements like this only facilitates
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> 1. Postdoc position (Laurent LAPLAZE)
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> Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 10:43:48 +0200
> From: Laurent LAPLAZE <Laurent.Laplaze at mpl.ird.fr>
> Subject: [Arabidopsis] Postdoc position
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> Urgent: Two-years Post-doc position in protein biochemistry
> A two-years post-doc position is open to start now in the Laboratoire de
Biologie du Développement des Plantes, CEA cadarache, France.
> This project involves several CEA laboratories grouped in a framework
> the analysis of expression of various bacterial, plant and mammalian
> The successful candidate will have to analyse the expression of about 20
different proteins transiently expressed in N.benthamiana leaves. Among
these proteins is LPR1, a protein first identified as an Arabidopsis QTL
(Quantitative Trait Loci) and involved in the root growth response to
phosphate starvation (Reymond et al. , 2006, Plant Cell & Environment,
29:115-125). A deeper analyse of the LPR1 expression & function is also
> of the project.
> Highly motivated candidates with a strong experience in protein
> (expression and purification) are encouraged to apply. Prior research
experience with plants is desirable but not essential; experience in
> biology will be an advantage.
> The laboratory is part of a CNRS/CEA/University department. The
> has a long standing tradition in plant biology, microbiology and
> full equipments needed for protein biochemistry and biophysics,
> biology, microscopy and plant culture.
> The laboratory is located 70km north to Marseille, in the pleasant
> To apply send a cover letter and a CV to thierry.desnos at cea.fr
> PS : Candidates should be 30 years old maximum, should have obtained
> PhD since less than two years and not in a CEA laboratory.
> Thierry DESNOS
> CEA cadarache
> LBDP, Bât 178
> UMR 6191 CNRS/CEA/Université Aix-Marseille-2
> 13108 St Paul-lez-Durance, Cedex
> Francethierry.desnos at cea.fr
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