telomeres at Tulane
Lustig, Arthur J.
alustig at MAILHOST.TCS.TULANE.EDU
Fri Jun 12 17:47:08 EST 1998
Postdoctoral position to study telomere structure and function.
Due to good fortune, a postdoctoral position is available to
investigate telomere dynamics in Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the laboratory
of Art Lustig at Tulane University Medical Center. We have had a
long-standing fascination in telomere structure and function and are
currently focusing on two broad areas:
1) The mechanisms of nucleation and inheritance of telomeric
silencing (e.g. MCB 16: 2843);
2) the mechanism of telomere size maintainence (e.g. Genes Dev. 10:
Candidates should have a background in molecular biology and/or
genetics. Background in yeast is preferable but not required.
Interested candidates should send their c.v. either by e-mail, fax,
or mail to the address listed below.
Arthur J. Lustig
Department of Biochemistry SL43
Tulane University Medical Center
1430 Tulane Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70112
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