Position available in Leishmania genome project

Peter Peter
Tue Jul 15 08:45:50 EST 1997


We have an immediate opening for a Post-doctoral Scientist to work on a
Leishmania genome sequencing project at Seattle Biomedical Research
Institute.

We have recently received NIH funding to sequence 10-20 Mb of the
Leishmania genome over the next 5 years.  Leishmania is a protozoan
parasite with a total genome size of 36 Mb, spread over 36 chromosomes. 
Specific
duties will include cloning, template prep, mapping, sequencing, analysis,
and supervision of several research technicians. Experiences with database
development and genome informatics will be essential, and familiarity with
MS Access and Visual Basic would be an advantage. 

SBRI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers a full benefit package.

Interested parties should send a resume via e-mail, FAX or mail to:

Peter J. Myler, Ph.D.
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
4 Nickerson Street
Seattle, WA  98109-1651
e-mail:	mylerpj at sbri.org
Phone:	(206)-284-8846x332
FAX:	(206)-284-0313




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Peter J. Myler, Ph.D.

Staff Scientist
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
4 Nickerson Street
Seattle, WA  98109-1651
e-mail:	mylerpj at sbri.org

Assistant Professor
Department of Pathobiology
University of Washington
Seattle, WA  98195
mylerpj at u.washington.edu

Phone:	(206)-284-8846x332
FAX:	(206)-284-0313

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color="#000000" face="Arial">We have an immediate opening for a 
Post-doctoral Scientist to work on a Leishmania genome sequencing project 
at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute.<br><br>We have recently 
received NIH funding to sequence 10-20 Mb of the Leishmania genome over 
the next 5 years. &nbsp;Leishmania is a protozoan parasite with a total 
genome size of 36 Mb, spread over 36 chromosomes. 
&nbsp;Specific<br>duties will include cloning, template prep, mapping, 
sequencing, analysis, and supervision of several research technicians. 
Experiences with database development and genome informatics will be 
essential, and familiarity with MS Access and Visual Basic would be an 
advantage. <br><br>SBRI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers a 
full benefit package.<br><br>Interested parties should send a resume via 
e-mail, FAX or mail to:<br><br>Peter J. Myler, Ph.D.<br>Seattle 
Biomedical Research Institute<br>4 Nickerson Street<br>Seattle, WA 
&nbsp;98109-1651<br>e-mail:&#009;<font 
color="#0000FF"><u>mylerpj at sbri.org</u><font 
color="#000000"><br>Phone:&#009;(206)-284-8846x332<br>FAX:&#009;(206)-284-0
313<br><br><br><br><br>-- 
<br>=======================================<br>Peter J. Myler, 
Ph.D.<br><br>Staff Scientist<br>Seattle Biomedical Research 
Institute<br>4 Nickerson Street<br>Seattle, WA 
&nbsp;98109-1651<br>e-mail:&#009;<font 
color="#0000FF"><u>mylerpj at sbri.org</u><font 
color="#000000"><br><br>Assistant Professor<br>Department of 
Pathobiology<br>University of Washington<br>Seattle, WA 
&nbsp;98195<br><font color="#0000FF"><u>mylerpj at u.washington.edu</u><font 
color="#000000"><br><br>Phone:&#009;(206)-284-8846x332<br>FAX:&#009;(206)-2
84-0313<br><br>========================================<br><br></p>
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