position announcement (fwd)

Kenneth Y kaneshiro kykanesh at hawaii.edu
Thu Mar 28 18:33:21 EST 1996


Please post the following on your bulletin board:



                  RESEARCH FACULTY
            DROSOPHILA MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

The Center for Conservation Research & Training at the University of Hawaii 
Manoa is seeking to hire an ASSISTANT RESEARCHER, Position # 086179T.  
This is a full-time,  non-tenured position funded by ERATO of Japan; 
start date, approx. 8/1/96. Duties: To apply molecular biology/genetics  
to the understanding of sexual behavior & the evolution of morphological  
diversity in Hawaiian Drosophila. The successful candidate will be  
expected to design, perform and evaluate various experiments in  
collaboration with a team of researchers investigating behavioral genes 
to elucidate the molecular basis of sexual selection. Minimum  
Qualifications: Candidate must have a PhD in the field of molecular  
biology w/background in Drosophila biology/evolution and knowledge of 
RT-PCR techniques. Desirable Qualifications: Background in techniques  
such as 2-hybrid systems and differential display. Minimum Annual 
Salary: $40,524.  To Apply: Submit letter of application and CV, and  
have at least 3 letters of reference sent to: Dr. Kenneth Y. Kaneshiro, 
Director, Center for Conservation Research & Training, UH, 3050 Maile  
Way, Hon., HI 96822. Inquiries: email kykanesh at hawaii.edu Closing Date:  
05/24/96. The University of Hawaii is an Affirmative Action/Equal 
Employment Opportunity employer.

 


 







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