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[Arabidopsis] Postdoc openings / systems biology of RNA metabolism

Belostotsky, Dmitry via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by belostotskyd from umkc.edu)
Tue Jan 22 12:55:53 EST 2008


MULTIPLE POSITIONS OPEN: 

AREA:	Systems biology of RNA metabolism, experimentation-driven    
FUNDING:	Available through 2010. 
Postdoctoral fellowships eligibility helpful but not essential 

WITH:	Dmitry Belostotsky, University of Missouri - Kansas City 
CONTACT:	belostotskyd [at] umkc.edu

ON:		posttranscriptional control of gene expression (Arabidopsis, rice, Brachypodium)

WHO:	applicants well versed in (some of): RNA biology, protein biochemistry, microarrays, programming or/and statistics, with documented record of excellence
MUST BE:	highly driven, self-motivated, ambitious, dynamic individuals

LAB:		equipped with Affymetrix and deconvolution microscopy (Deltavision) workstations, HPLC, MALDI, LC-MS/MS access to high-end Linux cluster

LAB PUBLICATIONS (PARTIAL LISTING):	 

-	Cell  		131:1340-1353 (2007): Genome-wide high-resolution mapping of exosome substrates reveals hidden features in the Arabidopsis transcriptome
-	RNA  		14:66-77 (2008)								
-	EMBO J  		25:4253-4256 (2006)
-	Trends Plant Sci  10:347-353 (2005)
-	RNA  		10:1200-1214 (2004)
-	RNA  		9:1476-1490 (2003)
-	Curr Biol  		11:1207-1214 (2001)

LIVING IN KANSAS CITY:  in brief, KC got everything but ocean

-	major cosmopolitan center of 2.5M plus people
-	dynamic cultural environment (e.g. see www.nelson-atkins.org) 
-	vibrant music scene (best known for, but not limited to, jazz and blues)
-	fabulous food (best known for, but not limited to, its famous bbq)
-	dubbed ìParis of the plainsî, ranked within top 10 places to live in US:
	
SEE:  www.cnn.com/2006/TRAVEL/DESTINATIONS/06/08/kansas.city/index.html

Dmitry A. Belostotsky, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Division of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
School of Biological Sciences
University of Missouri
Kansas City, MO 64110





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