postdoc position at UMass

JOHN R. NAMBU jnambu at bio.umass.edu
Thu Aug 29 11:20:37 EST 1996


POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS TO STUDY PROGRAMMED CELL DEATH
Two postdoctoral positions will be available beginning January 1, 1997
(start date is negotiable) to work on the molecular mechanisms of
programmed cell death in Drosophila. One position, in Dr. Larry Schwartz's
laboratory, will focus on functional analyses of novel cell
death-associated genes initially identified in the tobacco hawkmoth,
Manduca sexta. The other position, in Dr. John Nambu's laboratory, will
focus on analysis of the regulation, execution, and resolution of
programmed cell death during development of the embryonic CNS midline
cells. Both positions are part of an nascent collaboration between these
two laboratories (e.g. Zhou et al., 1996, Current Biology 5: 784) and will
involve significant interactions with both labs. For more information,
please contact:

John Nambu (jnambu at bio.umass.edu) or Larry Schwartz (schwartz at bio.umass.edu).

Biology Department
Morrill Science Center
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Amherst, MA 01003

Interested parties should send a C.V. including the names, addresses, and
phone numbers for three references.

Yours,

John R. Nambu
Biology Department
Morrill Science Center
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Amherst, MA 01003, USA





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