Post-Doctoral Position in Functional Genomics
ggibson at unity.ncsu.edu
Wed Jul 5 10:24:08 EST 2000
Please post the following announcement for a Postdoctoral Position in Drosophila Functional Genomics
An NIH-funded Post-Doctoral position is available starting Fall 2000, using genomic
approaches to study quantitative genetic variation in Drosophila. The project will
involve a combination of high volume sequencing and SNP genotyping of candidate
genes for a variety of traits, and microarray-based analysis of the transcriptional
response to drug intake. Experience in Drosophila molecular genetics and
automated DNA sequencing is essential, and some interest in quantitative/statistical
genetics is expected.
North Carolina State University is located in Raleigh, which is just a few hours drive
from mountains, ocean, or Washington DC, and is part of the fast-growing Research
Triangle area. Duke, UNC, and the RTP pharmaceutical/computer/communications
research park are all within half an hour, offering excellent employment prospects for
partners, and providing over a dozen fly groups. NCSU has a new Genome
Research Laboratory, and its Graduate Program in Genomic Sciences includes a
highly regarded program in bioinformatics and statistical genetics. Please send c.v.
and names and contact addresses of two referees to Dr Greg Gibson at
ggibson at unity.ncsu.edu, or phone (919) 513-2512. More information on our lab
and the Department of Genetics can be found at http://www4.ncsu.edu/~ggibson.
NC State is an equal oppoirtunity and affirmative action employer.
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