Gregory May gsmay at
Tue Aug 18 00:01:47 EST 1998


Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas, USA

Molecular genetics of the mitosis and myosin function
in Aspergillus nidulans

Candidates are sought for postdoctoral positions to study the
molecular genetics of mitosis and myosin function in Aspergillus
nidulans. Positions are available in either of the projects. These
include the cloning of mitotic genes and the characterization of genes
involved in myosin function. Funding for these positions is
from NIH and NSF grants or training grants.
Additional information about the laboratory is available at:

Applicants should have experience in molecular biological techniques.
Depending on the project, the experiments will involve methods such as
genetic mapping, fungal transformation, cDNA cloning, expression analysis,
light and electron microscopy, and gene characterization; experience in
such areas is a plus but is not required.

Baylor College of Medicine is located in Houston, Texas.  Houston
is the nation’s fourth largest metropolitan area and the Texas
Medical Center is one of the world premier centers for biomedical research.

Interested individuals should send a curriculum vitae and have three
references sent to:

Gregory May
Department of Cell Biology
Baylor College of Medicine
One Baylor Plaza
Houston, TX  77030

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