UK postdoc position

Neil Hotchin N.A.Hotchin at bham.ac.uk
Wed Oct 30 05:02:57 EST 1996


Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Regulation of Epithelial Cell Function by Rho Family GTPases

Applications are invited from suitably qualified postdoctoral scientists
to work on a three year project funded by the MRC. The project will
analyse how the Rho family of small GTP-binding proteins regulate
epithelial cell function using a model epithelial culture system - human
epidermal keratinocytes. The work will involve analysis of  keratinocyte
function following single cell microinjection of recombinant Rho family
proteins. Experience of microinjection is not required, as full training
will be given. Experience of basic molecular biology techniques would be a
distinct advantage. The successful candidate will be based in a newly
refurbished laboratory with excellent support services.

The position is available from 1 January 1997. Starting salary #14,317 to
#15,986.

For further information contact:

   Dr Neil Hotchin                        Tel: 0121 414 5412 (Office)
   School of Biochemistry                      0121 414 7035 (Lab)
   University of Birmingham                                   
   Edgbaston                              FAX: 0121 414 7982 
   Birmingham                    
   B15 2TT                                E-Mail: n.a.hotchin at bham.ac.uk

   http://www.bham.ac.uk/biochemistry/staff/signal.htm



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