positions available

Lou Butler lou at teosinte.agron.missouri.edu
Fri Jan 29 13:13:34 EST 1999


>
> Missouri Maize Project
> 
> Position Announcement
> 
> Research Associate (Three Positions Available)
> 
> Scientists experienced in genetics and related sciences are needed
for three
> non-tenure-track positions with the Missouri Maize Project
> (http://www.cafnr.missouri.edu/mmp).  MMP is the inaugural project
of the
> new Maize Genomics Center at the University of Missouri, and focuses
on
> developing physical, genetic, and bioinformatics resources for the
maize
> genome.
> 
> Position #1:  Quantitative Genetics Information
> The successful candidate will be responsible for development and
data entry
> of quantitative trait genetics into the maize genome database, using
> published or unpublished data from research laboratories.  Use of
complex
> query programs and interaction and communication with members of the
> research community are required. A Ph.D. plus at least three years of
> postdoctoral experience is required.
> 
> Position #2:  Mutant Mapping
> The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing and
conducting
> the development and application of innovative, high-efficiency
laboratory
> techniques for mapping maize mutants and for preparing and entering
data in
> the maize genome database.  These goals will be accomplished by using
> pedigreed genetic research stocks, by growing and classifying large
numbers
> of maize seedlings, by developing and completing micro-preparation
of large
> numbers of samples, by adapting multiple-transfer methods, and by
systematic
> DNA-marker and analysis methods. A Ph.D. plus at least three years of
> postdoctoral experience is required.
> 
> Position #3:  Genetic Information
> The successful candidate will be responsible for literature study,
> summarization, and data entry of genetic, molecular genetic, and
biochemical
> information into the maize genome database, using published or
unpublished
> data from research laboratories.  Use of complex query programs and
> interaction and communication with members of the research community
are
> required.. A Ph.D. plus at least three years of postdoctoral
experience is
> preferred.
> 
> Applicants should mail a complete resume, including relevant
experience,
> skills, and phone and email addresses of at least three references
to Dr.
> E.H. Coe, Missouri Maize Project, 215 Curtis Hall, University of
Missouri,
> Columbia, MO 65211-7020.  Application deadline is February 24, 1999.
 The
> University of Missouri is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action
employer.
> Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
> 
> 
> 
==



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