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[Arabidopsis] POSITIONS AVAILABLE in Integrative Biology UK

karen Halliday via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by karen.halliday from ed.ac.uk)
Mon Jan 7 08:52:11 EST 2008

POSITIONS AVAILABLE in Integrative Biology in the UK,  at the Universities
of Edinburgh, Warwick, York and Liverpool. 
(closing date 31st January 2008)

We are currently recruiting a high-calibre interdisciplinary research team
to work on BBSRC funded research that will model the effects of temperature
on plant development. This large integrative project will operate over four
sites at the Universities of Edinburgh, Warwick, York and Liverpool, and
will involve biologists working on molecular signalling and climate change,
Mathematicians and Informaticians. Excellent facilities are available for
the modelling of dynamic biological processes and using the techniques of
computational biology, for molecular genetics, biochemistry and high
throughput data production. 

Positions available

1.	One Lead Experimental Postdoctoral Research Associate (Edinburgh)
.	Expertise: plant molecular genetics, protein production,
interdisciplinary work, experienced supervisor

2.	Two Theoretical Postdoctoral Research Associates (Edinburgh,
.	Expertise: mathematical biology and/or computational systems biology

3.	Two Experimental Postdoctoral Research Associates (York, Liverpool)
.	Expertise: plant molecular genetics, microscopy (Y),
interdisciplinary work

4.	Four Lab-based technicians (Edinburgh, York, Liverpool)
.	Expertise: Arabidopsis, plant genetics, molecular biology
techniques, spreadsheets, must be highly organised

5.	One Administrator (Edinburgh)
.	Expertise: knowledge of University, grant and finance administration

We would like to encourage applicants who are developing a high profile
track record in innovative research or administration.  Good quality,
relevant,  peer reviewed papers are essential for PDRA, and desirable for
technician applicants.
See: http://www.jobs.ac.uk ;

Contacts at our four sites:

Dr Karen Halliday (Edinburgh)
karen.halliday from ed.ac.uk

Prof. David Rand (Warwick)
dar from maths.warwick.ac.uk

Dr Steve Penfield (York)
sdp5 from york.ac.uk

Dr Anthony Hall (Liverpool)
anthony.hall from liverpool.ac.uk

Dr Karen J. Halliday
School of Biological Sciences
The University of Edinburgh
Daniel Rutherford Building
The King's Buildings
Mayfield Road
email: karen.halliday from ed.ac.uk 
phone: 0131 650 5318 
fax: 0131 650 6556 

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