[Arabidopsis] Postdoc in Quantitative Phosphoproteomics in
Arabidopsis & maize at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Klaas van Wijk
(by kv35 from cornell.edu)
Fri Dec 2 13:25:26 EST 2011
Posted December 2, 2011. I am looking for a postdoc with demonstrated
expertise in mass spectrometry-based quantitative phosphoproteomics.
Postdoctoral position in Quantitative Phosphoproteomics in Arabidopsis
and maize at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Mass-spectrometry based quantitative phosphoproteomics now allows for
the identification and quantification of thousands of phosphopeptides.
Consequently, the role of (de)phosphorylation in plant development,
metabolism and interactions with the environment can be studied
systematically. This project concerns the role of phosphorylation in
regulation and integration of metabolism, gene expression and protein
homeostasis in maize and Arabidopsis, with an emphasis on plastids.
The postdoc will work closely together with plant biologists,
geneticists, biochemists and other mass spectrometry experts in the
van Wijk lab, as well as bioinformatics collaborators on Cornell
University campus. The applicant must have demonstrated experience in
mass spectrometry-based quantitative phosphoproteomics (through
quality publications) in plants or other biological systems.
Experience with plants is not necessary, but would be advantageous.
Salaries will be commensurate with experience with generous employee
benefits according the Cornell Human Resource Office.
Review of applications will begin immediately, and continue until the
position is filled. I am looking to fill the position as soon as
possible. Application Instructions: Send your curriculum vitae, a
statement of research interests and career goals, and three names of
references by email to: Klaas J. van Wijk, Department of Plant
Biology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA.
kv35 from cornell.edu
Posted December 2, 2011.
Lab website: http://cbsuss03.tc.cornell.edu/vanwijk/
Klaas J. van Wijk
Dept of Plant Biology
332 Emerson Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853, USA
1. mailto:kv35 from cornell.edu
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