The DOE Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) has one opening
for postdoctoral research on the identification and characterization
of Arabidopsis genes and proteins involved in secondary cell wall
biosynthesis and deposition. The position begins as soon as October 1,
2010 and is located at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Candidates
should have a Ph.D., a strong record of publication in peer-reviewed
journals, and demonstrated expertise with bioinformatics, molecular
genetics, biochemistry, and/or plant cell imaging (microscopy).
Experience with plant cell culture manipulation is desired.
Applications should be submitted as single pdf files to parnold from glbrc.wisc.edu
. They should specify the targeted project (Thrust 1.1.3.) and include
a statement of interest, vitae, and names and contact information for
3 professional references. For further information, please contact
Drs. Sebastian Bednarek (sybednar from wiscmail.wisc.edu), Patrick H.
Masson (phmasson from wisc.edu), or Marisa Otegui (otegui from wisc.edu).
Application review will begin immediately and continue until the
position is filled.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is an Affirmative Action / Equal
Opportunity Employer. More information about the GLBRC can be found at www.greatlakesbioenergy.org/