Post Doctoral Opportunity in N.Y.

glux at msvax.mssm.edu glux at msvax.mssm.edu
Sun Apr 12 15:06:09 EST 1998


                           ANNOUNCING

   *******RESEARCH ASSOCIATE POSITIONS*******
           (available on JUNE 1, 1998)
                                         in
    Peptide Processing and Regulation
in Endocrinology and Neurodegenerative Diseases
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POST DOCTORAL POSITION IN BIOCHEMISTRY, CELL/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
        A postdoctoral position is available in the 
Fishberg research Center in Neurobiology at 
Mount Sinai Medical Center, high atop
Central Park in the exciting heart of New York City 
providing a wonderful environment for both science and living.  
Requirements are a recent Ph.D., and previous experience in either:
protein chemistry, cell biology and/or molecular biology.

PLEASE NOTE:The nature of funding allows applicants ONLY who are
United States citizens OR possess a valid green card.  

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         GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The metabolism of bioactive peptides is one of the most 
prevalent and efficient modes of physiologic regulation.  
This research program involves examination of structure-
activity relationships of enzymes and their neuropeptide substrates
[opiates, reproductive and precursor peptides].
We have cell culture models in the laboratory as well as 
all the specific components to study the activity of the 
enzyme in vitro.  

The Department has spacious labs with state-of-the-art
equipment and new facilities.

Nationally competitive salary plus fringe benefits.  Send
curriculum vitae, a letter describing research interests and 
goals, and names and addresses of three references 
after e-mail contact to:

        Informal inquiries:  Marc Glucksman
                             glux at msvax.mssm.edu
review of applications begin immediately

Individuals interested in either of these positions should 
first contact me informally by e-mail (glux at msvax.mssm.edu) 
or fax (212.996.9785).  All enquiries will be treated as 
strictly confidential.

MSSM is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer.



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