Postdoctoral Position

Edward Kipreos ekipreos at cb.uga.edu
Fri Nov 10 13:03:51 EST 2000


An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available immediately to study cell
cycle regulation in C. elegans. Our laboratory is focusing on a class of
ubiquitin-ligases, Cullin-RING finger complexes, that regulate cell cycle
progression. Cullin-RING finger complexes are required in C. elegans for
cell cycle exit, G1 phase progression, chromatin condensation, meiosis, and
limiting DNA replication to once per cell cycle. We are interested in
identifying the substrates and molecular pathways regulated by individual
Cullin-RING finger complexes. We use genetic, molecular, cell biological,
and proteomic approaches to illuminate these largely unexplored areas of
cell cycle research. A number of interesting projects are available, as
well as latitude in pursuing other projects. Potential candidates are
encouraged to contact Edward Kipreos for further information (706-542-3862;
ekipreos at cb.uga.edu).

The University of Georgia is located in Athens, Georgia, which is a vibrant
college town with multiple cultural activities. It is located one hour from
Atlanta.

Preference will be given to applicants with experience in molecular
genetics or proteomics. To apply, send a C.V. and the contact information
for three references to:

Edward T. Kipreos
Department of Cellular Biology
University of Georgia
724 Biological Sciences Bldg.
Athens, GA  30602-2607

Email: ekipreos at cb.uga.edu
FAX: (706) 542-4271
Tel: (706) 542-3862



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