postdoc/protein kinases/Drosophila

rabinow at mbcl.rutgers.edu rabinow at mbcl.rutgers.edu
Sat Aug 26 10:45:25 EST 1995


Post-doc position, Omaha Nebraska:

To study the highly conserved LAMMER protein kinase family (1994
Genes and Development 8: 1160-1173).  Mutants in the Drosophila
homologue, Doa, alter transcription rates of specific genes and
transposons, undergo retinal degeneration, and embryonic
development is affected. LAMMER kinases autophosphorylate with dual-specificity,
and are nuclearly localized. Current efforts are utilizing two-hybrid screens
and standard genetics to identify other interacting components in the signal
transduction pathway in which LAMMER kinases participate. More details 
available on request. 

Experience with molecular biology,biochemistry or genetics expected. To apply, 
please submit names, addresses, phone and e-mail of three referees, and a cv 
including a list of refereed publications. PLEASE NOTE: respond to the e-mail
address listed below, and do not simply REPLY, since this is being typed
as the lab is being prepared for moving. Thanks. 

Lenny Rabinow
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of Nebraska Medical Center
600 South 42nd Street
Omaha, NE 68198-4525
Office: (402) 559-6655 
Lab: (402) 559-6637
Fax: (402) 559-6650
lrabinow at netserv.unmc.edu




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