postdoc position advertisement

Paul Taghert taghertp at pcg.wustl.edu
Tue Apr 18 15:48:37 EST 2000


Please post the following notice for a post-doctoral position:


Washington University School of Medicine
Anatomy & Neurobiology

Drosophila Circadian Neurobiology

A post-doctoral position is available from July 1, 2000 to study circadian
neurobiology in Drosophila.  The project will identify and characterize PDF
neuropeptide receptors which mediate timing signals that govern daily
locomotory behavior.  The experiments will combine neuroanatomy with cell
culture and protein expression, and with genetics and behavioral analysis..
Backgrounds in circadian biology, neuropeptide receptors, 2nd
messenger/Ca2+ signalling, or Drosophila neurobiology would all be
appropriate.

The position is funded for three years; starting salary -  US$28,000-32,000.

Inquiries/applications to:
Dr. Paul H. Taghert
Box 8108, Dept. of Anatomy & Neurobiology,
Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO 63110
(t) 314 362-3641
(f) 314 362-3446
taghertp at pcg.wustl.edu

Applications should include CV and contact details of two referees


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