Postdoc: chromatin/epigenetics

Rich Jorgensen raj at Ag.Arizona.Edu
Thu Nov 16 21:41:10 EST 2000


A postdoctoral position is available at the University of
Arizona to characterize mutations in chromatin proteins in Arabidopsis.
This research is part of an NSF Plant Genome research project
(http://Ag.Arizona.Edu/chromatin/chromatin.html) in functional
genomics, the goal of which is to investigate chromatin-level control
of gene expression and gene silencing in Arabidopsis and maize using
insertional mutations, dsRNA-mediated dominant mutations and GAL4
tethering. Minimum qualifications: Ph.D. in molecular genetics or
related discipline. Current visa. Preferred qualifications: Experience
in gene regulation, epigenetics, chromatin, and/or transgene expression
in plants. Applicants should send CV, statement of research
accomplishments and aspirations, and names of three references to:
Richard Jorgensen, Dept of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona,
Tucson, AZ  85721-0036. raj at ag.arizona.edu. Please refer to position #
20292.







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