[Drosophila] Funded Postdoctoral Fellowship, Drosophila Circadian Biology

Herman Wijnen via dros%40net.bio.net (by hw9u from cms.mail.virginia.edu)
Wed Mar 28 14:18:37 EST 2007


NIH-funded postdoctoral position available to study the 
molecular basis of circadian behavior in Drosophila.

Our research is  focused on the identification of signal 
transduction pathways in the Drosophila brain that connect 
the transcriptional circuits of the circadian clock to 
behavioral rhythms. To this aim we employ a wide array of 
experimental approaches including genome-wide expression 
profiling, behavioral genetics, reporter gene expression, 
and promoter binding studies.

My laboratory is part of a cluster of excellent circadian 
research groups at the University of Virginia. 
State-of-the-art research facilities are available.

Highly motivated individuals are encouraged to send their 
curriculum vitae and a brief statement of research and 
career interests, by email to:
Herman Wijnen at hw9u from virginia.edu

Requirements:
PhD or equivalent with a strong background in Genetics or 
Molecular Biology.

Evidence of accomplishment.

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Herman Wijnen, PhD
Assistant Professor

Mailing address:
University of Virginia
Department of Biology
264 Gilmer Hall
P.O. Box 400328
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4328

Shipping address:
University of Virginia
Department of Biology
264 Gilmer Hall
485 McCormick Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903

office telephone (434)9824517
lab telephone (434)9244794
fax (434)9825626
mailto hw9u from virigina.edu
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