Postdoctoral Position to study cell cycle regulation

Edward Kipreos ekipreos at cb.uga.edu
Wed Sep 3 10:06:00 EST 2003


Postdoctoral Position to study cell cycle regulation


A postdoctoral position is available to study cell cycle regulation by 
cullin ubiquitin ligases.  In C. elegans, cullin-dependent ligases 
regulate multiple aspects of the cell cycle, including chromatin 
condensation, the G1-to-S phase transition, meiosis, and DNA 
replication (see Zhong et al., 2003, Nature 423: 885; and Feng et al., 
1999, Nat Cell Biol 1: 486).  Available projects employ genetic, 
biochemical, and cell biological approaches to elucidate the molecular 
functions of the CUL-2 and CUL-4 ubiquitin ligase complexes during 
development.  The position will be funded by an NIH grant.  Background 
in molecular biology is required and experience with a genetic system 
is preferred.  Interested candidates should email C.V. and the names of 
three references to:

Edward Kipreos
Department of Cellular Biology
University of Georgia
724 Biological Sciences Bldg.
Athens, GA  30602
email: .

The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunities/Affirmative Action 
Employer.

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