[Drosophila] room available fly meeting
snehalvk at caltech.edu
Thu Feb 16 15:32:47 EST 2006
Is any body interested in sharing a room from 28th march until 3rd
april. I would like to share my 2 double bed room (Hilton Hotel). I
would prefer a female.
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> 1. Research Assistant: Drosophila Genetics (Alexander Shingleton)
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> From: Alexander Shingleton <shingle9 at msu.edu>
> Subject: [Drosophila] Research Assistant: Drosophila Genetics
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> Research Assistant Job
> I am looking for an active and well-organized person with relevant
> research experience to work as a laboratory manager and research
> assistant in the laboratory of Alexander Shingleton in the Department
> of Zoology at Michigan State University. My research involves the
> nutritional regulation of size, and the mechanism and evolution of
> allometry in Drosophila. The successful applicant will be helping
> establish a new laboratory and research program, so will have
> considerable influence over the future direction of their work.
> The precise details are:
> REQUIRED: Bacholer's degree in genetics, developmental biology,
> molecular biology or related field; one to three years of related and
> progressively more responsible or expansive work in area of genetics
> or developmental/molecular biology; experience planning research
> methodology and developing, adapting, and updating research procedure.
> DESIRED: Good understanding of Drosophila genetics; experience in a
> Drosophila development laboratory; experience with basic microscopy
> (dissecting, compound and confocal) and staining techniques (anti-
> body, in situ hybridization); experience with microscope imaging-
> software and statistical packages; good basic molecular biology
> skills (e.g. PCR, Western/Southern/Northern blotting).
> BASIC FUNCTION: Assists in coordinating laboratory research
> activities; helps plan, design and execute experiments on Drosophila
> development; uses various molecular and microscopy techniques to
> obtain research data; analyzes results using imaging and statistical
> packages; researches current literature to determine most economical,
> efficient and productive research methods.
> CONDITIONS: Pay >$35,042 p.a..This is a 12-month position, renewable
> for several years subject to funding.
> Please apply by email with a letter expressing interest, your CV and
> names of three references to Alex Shingleton (shingle9 at msu.edu).
> Applications should be received by February 31, 2006. Start date is
> expected to be April 1, 2006.
> See www.msu.edu/~shingle9 for more details.
> Alexander W. Shingleton
> Assistant Professor
> Ecology, Evolutionary Biology & Behavior Program
> Genetics Program
> Department of Zoology
> Natural Sciences Building
> Michigan State University
> East Lansing, MI 48824
> Tel: 517-353-2253
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