Postdoctoral position in genetics/genomics/bioinformatics

Marc S.Halfon mshalfon at
Wed Apr 28 11:35:38 EST 2004

Postdoctoral positions are available for wet-lab and/or computational 
research into the mechanisms of Drosophila mesoderm development. Our 
work combines genomics and bioinformatics with the traditional 
molecular and genetic techniques of Drosophila research to investigate 
transcriptional regulation and intercellular signaling in the fly 
embryo. We are using both experimental and computational methods to (1) 
discover cis-regulatory elements in a systematic fashion based on 
functional criteria, (2) identify relevant transcription factor binding 
sites within these elements, and (3) explore the genome-wide downstream 
responses to combinatorial intercellular signaling. Excellent resources 
are available as part of the newly established Center of Excellence in 
Bioinformatics and Life Sciences. Applicants should be highly motivated 
individuals with a strong background in molecular biology, genetics, or 
bioinformatics. Please send curriculum vitae and 3 letters of reference 
Marc S. Halfon, 140 Farber Hall, SUNY at Buffalo, 3435 Main St. 
Buffalo, NY 14214.
E-mail: mshalfon at

Marc S. Halfon, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Dept. of Biochemistry and Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics
SUNY at Buffalo

109 BRB
ph: (716) 829-3126
fax: (716) 829-2725
mshalfon at

mailing address:
140 Farber Hall (for shipping, use 106 BRB)
SUNY at Buffalo
3435 Main St.
Buffalo, NY 14214

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