DC/Maryland area - Faculty Research Assistant /PostDoc/Technician Positions

hamza_i at hotmail.com hamza_i at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 23 19:33:46 EST 2002


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT 

POSITION:  Faculty Research Assistants (two positions) at University
of Maryland College Park
DESCRIPTION:  Two positions are available immediately for postdoctoral
research fellows and/or research technicians to assist in our studies
of protein trafficking, gene regulation, and signal transduction
utilizing transgenic / knock-out mice and C. elegans as model systems.
A combination of molecular genetics, cell biology and biochemistry
will be utilized to address specific questions in mammalian health and
disease related to cofactor and micronutrient metabolism (Proc Natl
Acad Sci. 2001; 98: 6848-6852). The successful applicant will join a
dynamic and highly interactive environment with ample opportunities
for collaborations within the University, as well as with the NIH, The
Johns Hopkins University, USDA, FDA, and the University of Maryland
Biotechnology Institute. The University of Maryland at College Park is
the flagship campus of the University of Maryland System. It is
located in the heart of the Baltimore-Washington research corridor,
just 15 minutes from downtown Washington, D.C.
QUALIFICATIONS: A Bachelor's degree in a related discipline is
required for a research technician. A Ph.D./M.D. degree in a related
field is required for the postdoctoral position. Strong interest and
acumen in genetics and cell biology, with good communication skills is
desirable. Prior experience in molecular biology will be beneficial.
SALARY:  Salaries are highly competitive, negotiable and commensurate
with qualifications. Fringe benefits offered.
APPLICATIONS:  Send curriculum vitae/resume, a brief description of
previous research experience and names and addresses of three
references to:
Dr. Iqbal Hamza
University of Maryland College Park
Phone: (301) 405-0649
Fax:     (301) 405-7980
Email:  ih37 at umail.umd.edu
Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply directly by email.
Applications will be accepted until suitable candidates are
identified.
The University of Maryland is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.



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