Postdoctoral Position Available
gsmay at bcm.tmc.edu
Thu Jun 1 16:38:23 EST 1995
A postdoctoral fellow position is immediately available in my laboratory.
My laboratory uses molecular genetics to investigate fundamental processes
in cell biology. The areas of research interest are protein secretion, cellular
polarity and mitosis. See the recent publication for additional details:
Denison, S.H., Käfer, E. and May, G.S. (1993) Mutation in the bimD gene
of Aspergillus nidulans confers a conditional mitotic block and sensitivity to
DNA damaging agents. Genetics, 134, 1085-1096, Holt, C.L. and May, G.S.
(1993) A novel phage lambda replacement vector that has automatic subcloning
capabilities. Gene 133, 95-97, Denison, S.H. and May, G.S. (1994) Mitotic
catastrophe is the mechanism of lethality for mutations that confer mutagen
sensitivity in Aspergillus nidulans. Mutation Res. 304, 193-202.
McGoldrick, C.A., Gruver, C. and May, G.S. (1995) myoA of Aspergillus
nidulans encodes an essential myosin I required for secretion and polarized
growth. J. Cell Biol. 128, 577-588.
Baylor College of Medicine is located in the Texas Medical
Center. The laboratories of the Texas Medical Center are involved in a
broad range of research, ranging from basic microbial genetics and
developmental biology to gene therapy. This is a dynamic and highly
interactive international research community providing many opportunities
for scientific collaboration. The international recognition of the Texas Medical
Center brings renowned scientists to the center for seminars and meetings.
Interested individuals should send a letter stating their research
interest, a current resume and names, addresses and phone numbers
Gregory May, Ph.D.
Department of Cell Biology
Baylor College of Medicine
1 Baylor Plaza
Houston, TX 77030
e-mail: gsmay at bcm.tmc.edu
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