RESEARCH SPECIALIST POSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON

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Fri Jun 25 11:44:06 EST 1999


RESEARCH SPECIALIST POSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON

A Research Specialist position is available in our laboratory at the
University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Our laboratory studies the cellular and
molecular basis of morphogenesis in C.elegans.  Please see our web site at
http://worms.zoology.wisc.edu for further details.

The successful candidate is expected to assist in original research leading
to publications.
Candidates should have at least a B.S. in Biology, Molecular Biology,
Genetics or related fields and laboratory experience in developmental,
molecular and cell biology.   Previous C. elegans experience is preferred
but not required.   An M.S. is preferred.  Candidates must possess the
ability to work collaboratively in a goal-oriented team environment. Duties
will include performing transgenic manipulation of C.elegans;  genetic
screening of mutant strains of C.elegans ; RNA-mediated interference; DNA
minipreps; freezing of C. elegans strains; DNA and protein electrophoresis;
E.coli transformations; Nomarski (DIC), epifluorescence and confocal
microscopy; antibody staining of embryos; supervising undergraduates in the
performance of routine duties.  The position is available immediately.

Madison is the capital of Wisconsin, situated among four scenic lakes.  It
is a "cosmopolitan city with small town friendliness and big city ideas"
and was rated the 1996 Best Place to live, 1997 Top Ten City & Top Ten
Safest City.  The University of Wisconsin-Madison enjoys an international
reputation in developmental biology.

Please send a letter of interest, a current CV and three letters of
reference to:

Jeff Hardin
Dept. of Zoology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1117 W. Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53706
Email:  jdhardin at facstaff.wisc.edu





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