Post-doctoral Fellow: Functional Genomics-Signal Transduction
nandu at curagen.com
Thu Sep 5 15:05:07 EST 1996
CuraGen Corporation 322 East Main St.
Branford, CT 06405
(203) 481 1104
(203) 481 1102 - Fax
CuraGen Corporation is a dynamic and rapidly expanding biotechnology company
on a mission to systematically extract from the human genome those disease
related genes for which therapeutics can be successfully designed. CuraGen
is pioneering a novel systematic approach to developing pharmaceuticals for
treating cancer. In pursuit of its interdisciplinary approach, CuraGen has
assembled a research team with expertise in molecular biology, biochemistry,
statistical mechanics, computational methods, mathematics, nanofabrication,
and spectroscopy. Close ties with several major academic laboratories
complement our own resources and facilities. We seek creative and motivated
individuals with the dedication and ambition to succeed in an
Compensation package includes opportunity for equity participation.
Extensive collaborations with Yale University (12 minutes away), Yale
Comprehensive Cancer Center and Cornell University provide excellent
opportunities for academic collaborations and publication. CuraGen is a
recent winner of two coveted Advanced Technology Program awards from the
National Institute for Standards and Technology, and also receives funding
from the National Cancer Institute and the National Center for Human Genome
Research. CuraGen is an EEO/AA employer.
TITLE: Post-doctoral Fellow, Functional Genomics-Signal Transduction
CuraGen is seeking Post-doctoral Fellows in Functional Genomics-Signal
Transduction. Initially, the successful candidates will work closely with
senior scientists. There is room for internal advancement. The successful
candidates will have an intimate knowledge of the Signal Transduction
phenomena and its relevance to disease processes as evidenced by
publications and /or patents. In addition the candidates will have
experience in more than one of the following: cell-based assays to monitor
gene-expression, in vitro assays to monitor protein-protein interactions,
RNA isolation, cDNA synthesis, construction of cDNA and genomic libraries,
normalization of cDNA libraries, yeast genetics and molecular biology etc.
Applications with resume, a list of three references should be addressed to
Dept. of Functional Genomics, CuraGen Corporation, 322 East Main St.,
Branford, CT 06405. Fax: (203) 481 1102.
Senior Research Scientist
322 E. Main St.
Branford, CT 06405.
Fax: (203) 481 1102
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