Post-doctoral position in female sexual behaviour

Stephen F Goodwin stephen at molgen.gla.ac.uk
Wed Mar 29 11:41:06 EST 2000


The project is a 3 year grant funded by the BBSRCs Genomics in Animal
Function Initiative.

The identification and characterization of genes mediating female sexual

behaviour in Drosophila.

Drosophila has long been used as a model organism that allows us to
address how genes mediate aspects of behaviour. Although much progress
has been made in understanding how male sexual behaviour is determined,
female sexual behaviour is a largely neglected area of Drosophila
behaviour research. We propose to correct this by combining a classical
and molecular genetic approach with recent technological developments in

Drosophila functional genomics to identify genes that mediate female
sexual behaviour.

Candidates should have a strong background in molecular biology and
ideally would have some knowledge of neurobiology: experience in
Drosophila genetics is preferred, but not essential. Salary is £16,286
- £24,479 pa

Informal enquiries to Dr Stephen F. Goodwin (S.Goodwin at bio.gla.ac.uk;
tel 0141 330 2948). Applications in writing, including three copies of
your CV, and the names, postal and e-mail addresses and fax numbers of
two academic referees, should be sent to Dr Stephen F. Goodwin, Anderson

College, 56 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6NU.

Dr Stephen F. Goodwin
IBLS-Division of Molecular Genetics,
56 Dumbarton Road
Anderson College,
University of Glasgow,
Glasgow G11 6NU,
UK
phone (+44) 141 330 2948
FAX (+44) 141 330 2947

e-mail: Stephen at molgen.gla.ac.uk

URL: http://www.gla.ac.uk/Acad/IBLS/molgen/staff/goodwin-sf.html

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