jhpark at utk.edu
Fri Sep 27 08:28:15 EST 2002
Drosophila Neurogenetics Lab is seeking highly motivated post-docs to study:
Transcriptional Regulatory Mechanisms of the Neuropeptide Genes that are
involved in the Biological Clock in Drosophila.
Ref) 1. Cell (1999), vol. 99, pp. 791-802
2. PNAS (2000), vol. 97, pp. 3608-3613.
3. Mol. Neurobiol. (2002), in press.
Lab focuses on finding cis- and trans-acting factors that regulate
neuropeptide gene expression. Techniques that will be employed are: (1)
yeast one-hybrid assay, (2) transient insect cell transfection and
luciferase assay, (3) mutagenesis and screen for abnormal neuropeptide gene
expression in the nervous system. Other area of research is molecular
dissection of the ³programmed neuronal cells death² during development.
Salaries will be commensurate with experiences.
If you are interested in these positions (and for more detailed information
and questions), please contact me at the address below (e-mail is
Jae H. Park, Ph.D.
Dept. of Biochem and Cellular and Molecular Biology
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996, USA
Office) 865-974-3035 Lab) 865-974-3820
E-mail) jhpark at utk.edu
Jae H. Park
Walters Life Sciences, M407
Univ. of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996
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