POSTDOCTORAL POSITION

Martin E. Feder m-feder at uchicago.edu
Thu Jun 5 20:52:09 EST 1997


Please distribute the following announcement to anyone interested:

POSTDOCTORAL POSITION available, pending anticipated approval of
funding, starting no earlier than 15 Sept 1997 for up to 3 years for a
multidisciplinary investigation of functional significance and
evolutionary variation of  heat-shock proteins in Drosophila.  This
project is expected to involve both field and laboratory studies to
measure Hsp70-mediated protection of larval feeding against ecologically
relevant heat shock, relative fitness of larvae varying in Hsp70
expression, and  molecular evolution/variation in the "hsp70 genome"
within Drosophila melanogaster and among species in the melanogaster
subgroup.  

Recent progress on this project is described at: 
http://www.bsd.uchicago.edu:2001/Frames/main.cgi/228
and will be presented at this year's meeting of the American Society of
Naturalists/Society of Systematic Biologists/Society for the Study of
Evolution at the University of Colorado in the ASN Vice Presidential
Symposium on "Testing Adaptive Hypotheses Through Genetic and
Physiological Manipulation"  at 4 PM on Sunday, 15 June.

For additional information or to indicate interest in the position,
contact
Dr. Martin Feder
at the ASN/SSB/SSE meeting or at:
m-feder at uchicago.edu
Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy
The University of Chicago
1027 East 57th Street Chicago, IL 60637 USA
Phone: 773-702-8096
Fax: 773- 702-0037

A formal closing date will be announced when pending negotiations of
funding are complete.  An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.



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