[Arabidopsis] Postdoc position, Arabidopsis nonhost resistance,
National Taiwan University.
lauzim2 from ntu.edu.tw
(by lauzim2 from ntu.edu.tw)
Mon Feb 26 22:53:10 EST 2007
Postdoc position, Arabidopsis nonhost resistance, National Taiwan University.
The National Taiwan University (NTU) offers the possibility to apply
for a two years postdoctoral position in Arabidopsis biology. The
successful candidate should be motivated and enthusiastic, and have
published (or accepted for publication) at least one article as first
author in an international peer reviewed journal. The project involves
the characterization of Arabidopsis mutant(s) defective in nonhost
resistance or the development of a cell type-specific microarray
approach to analyze early Arabidopsis nonhost resistance events in
epidermal cells. Applicants must have expertise in molecular genetics.
The working language in the lab is English. The NTU is the most
renowned university in Taiwan with facilities such as microarrays and
proteomics platforms. NTU is located in Taipei, a vibrant and amazing
city. The island of Taiwan offers great recreation opportunities such
as mountain hiking, snorkeling and nice beaches.
Deadline for grant application: March 20, 2006.
For further information please contact:
Rm 1150, Life Science Building
No. 1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road
Email: lauzim2 from ntu.edu.tw
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