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<B>Postdoctoral research position at The University of Chicago:</B>
<P>With funding from the National Science Foundation, we are seeking a
Ph.D. level individual who will study the biochemical and molecular basis
of cytoplasmic incompatibility (CI) in Drosophila and is designed to study
the possible role heat shock proteins (hsps) 70 and 90 play in the the
expression of CI.
<P>The applicant should ideally have a strong background in biochemistry
and molecular biology, although all Ph.D. level candidates with a general
background in fly biology will also be considered.
<P>This is part of a collaborative project with Martin Feder. See
the following link for relevant information:
<P>Start date is flexible but would be expected to begin sometime around
November 1, 1998.
<P>Applications (including a CV) or questions should be sent to:
<P>Tim Karr (firstname.lastname@example.org)
<BR>Department of Organismal Biology & Anatomy
<BR>The University of Chicago
<BR>1027 East 57th Street
<BR>Chicago, IL 60637
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