phardin at DNA.BCHS.UH.EDU
Tue Nov 12 15:35:20 EST 1996
CIRCADIAN CLOCK GENETICS/MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
A postdoctoral Research Associate position is available to investigate the
molecular basis of circadian clock function in Drosophila melanogaster.
Current projects focus on characterizing the mechanism governing circadian
transcription, defining the relationship between circadian oscillators in
different tissues, determining the function/regulation of clock controlled
genes, and identifying new circadian clock mutants/genes via
enhancer-detector screening. The successful applicant will have
opportunities to interact with other post docs, graduate students and
technicians in the circadian clocks group, which consists of my lab, Dr.
Greg Cahill's lab and Dr. Arnold Eskin's Lab in the Department of Biology.
Additional information can be accessed at http://www.bchs.uh.edu/
Applicants should have strong training in molecular biology and/or
genetics. Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae and the
names of three references to Dr. Paul Hardin, Department of Biology,
University of Houston, Houston, TX 77204-5513. The University of Houston is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Department of Biology
University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-5513
tel: (713) 743-2652
fax: (713) 743-2636
e-mail: phardin at dna.bchs.uh.edu
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