Postdoctoral Position

Tien-Hsien Chang tchang at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu
Wed Mar 22 11:40:08 EST 1995


Postdoctoral Position Available

A fully-funded, two-year postdoctoral associate position is available 
immediately in the Department of Molecular Genetics at the Ohio State 
University (OSU) in Columbus.  The successful applicant will join an active 
NIH- and NSF-funded research group studying the molecular mechanism of yeast 
Saccharoymces cerevisiae mRNA splicing.  In addition, our laboratory are 
particularly interested in studying a class of yeast putative RNA helicases (or
DEAD-Box proteins) which are involved in a variety of biochemical processes 
(PNAS, 1990, 87 1571).  RNA-related research is a major thrust in the Molecular
Life Sciences Initiative in OSU.  Currently, we have nearly a dozen 
laboratories working intensively with RNA-related topics and sharing a joint 
RNA group meeting monthly.

A Ph.D. in biochemistry, molecular biology, or related field is encouraged to 
apply.  The successful candidate should be highly motivated and must have very 
strong background in biochemistry (protein purification, enzymatic assays, 
etc.) and molecular biology (cloning, Southern, Northern, and protein 
overexpression, etc.).  Experience and knowledge in yeast genetics (or other 
genetic systems) is desirable, but optional.  Salary rate is negotiable and 
will be set commensurate with experience.  The position may be extended 
depending on the availability of funds.  Columbus is a comfortable and highly 
affordable metropolitan area, where the state capital and a large number of 
international service industry are located.  OSU, a major research university, 
is considered as the flagship of the state-supported higher education in Ohio.

Send curriculum vitae and names of three references by April 15, 1995 to: Dr. 
Tien-Hsien Chang, Department of Molecular Genetics, The Ohio State University, 
484 West 12th Ave., Columbus, OH 43210.  Phone: 614-292-0631, FAX: 
614-292-4466, email: chang.108 at osu.edu



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