Post-Doctoral Position in Functional Genomics

Greg Gibson ggibson at
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, or phone (919) 513-2512.  More information on our lab 
and the Department of Genetics can be found at  
NC State is an equal oppoirtunity and affirmative action employer.

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