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squire at RESUNIX.RI.SICKKIDS.ON.CA squire at RESUNIX.RI.SICKKIDS.ON.CA
Mon Sep 6 16:22:42 EST 1993


To all E-mail users please pass information on this vacancy to anyone you
know who is looking to make a move and has experience in "FISH" methods.

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                        HUMAN GENE MAPPING RESEARCH

                        P r o j e c t   L e a d e r


Salary $40,000 Negotiable

This important new position involves the leadership of an initial team of 3
technicians in developing new and innovative ways of mapping human genes. 
This project is part of the newly established Canadian Genome and
Technologies Program.

Opportunity to progress to Lecturer or 
Assistant Professor level.

An excellent opportunity currently exists to progress your scientific
career by joining one of the world's leading Research Institutes.  You will
be joining an already successful team widely recognized as being at the
forefront of human gene mapping and molecular cytogenetics.

You will be advancing your skills in computer imaging and fluorescence in
situ hybridization (FISH) research.  You will also be encouraged to develop
collaborations and carry out independent research projects.

The chosen candidate will need to organize and interpret mapping results
and communicate this information to scientists who submit gene probes to
the resource center.  He/she will be expected to have a PhD and must have
extensive knowledge of human molecular genetics and possess good
communication skills.  The initial appointment will be made at the Research
Associate level.

The Hospital for Sick Children has recently been expanded to become one of
the largest Children's Hospitals in North America.  The quality of life in
Toronto is second to none.
 
For further information on this new position 
please contact Dr Jeremy Squire at :-  

Tel:     (CANADA) - (416) 813-5941  Fax: - (416) 813-5974    

E-Mail:  SQUIRE at RESUNIX.RI.SICKKIDS.ON.CA

 





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