Post Doc:centromere/kinetochore structure and function

G. Dellaire dellaire at
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in centromere/kinetochore structure and function. NIH funded Postdoctoral
position available immediately to study chromosome movement and the role of
specialized proteins in centromere/kinetochore structure and function. This
project uses biochemistry, genetics and cell molecular biology to study the
targetting and function of centromere ptotein-DNA complexes at the
molecular level. Current work focuses on understanding how the yeast
homolog of a human centromere protein, CENP-A, finds and assembles
centromeric chromatin (Genes Dev. 9:573). Salary commensurate with

Send CV and three letters of recommendation to: 
Dr. Molly Fitzgerald-Hayes, 
Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 
Univ. Mass., Amherst MA 01003
mollyfh at

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