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Richard W. Padgett padgett at WAKSMAN.RUTGERS.EDU
Wed Feb 24 16:24:14 EST 1999

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<div><font size="-1" color="#000000">POSTDOCTORAL POSITION/RESEARCH
TECHNICIAN/Padgett lab/Rutgers<br>
RESEARCH AREA: TGFbeta signal transduction, C. elegans, Drosophila<br>
Applications are invited for two to three positions in my lab during
this year to study TGFbeta signaling in C. elegans and Drosophila.
All positions are grant funded (NIH GM47395, NIH&nbsp; HD34165, and
an Army Breast Cancer Grant), with competitive salaries based upon
expertise and experience. We are extending our studies of TGFbeta
signaling in both organisms--e.g., identification of new signaling
components, developmental studies of C. elegans body size
determination, TGFb connections to cell cycle control using genetics
and DNA microarrays.<br>
We are looking for applicants interested in signal
transduction/developmental genetics with prior training in genetics
and/or molecular biology that can carry out research in an area
related to TGFb signaling. Individuals should be highly motivated and
possess good interpersonal skills. Applicants for the technician
position should be able to work semi-independently as well as help
with lab management duties. Further information about the lab can be
found on our web page: http://waksman.rutgers.edu/Waks/Padgett/<span
></span>padgett.html. Recent papers and reviews include: Science 1998
281: 706-709; BioEssays (1998) 20:382-390; Pharmacology and
Therapeutics (1998) 78: 47-52; Development 1998 125: 1519-1528;
Development 1999 126: 241-250; Development 1999 126: 251-260; Genes
to Cells, 1999 in press.<br>
We participate in a biweekly group meetings consisting of four C.
elegans labs and six Drosophila lab. Rutgers offers a very
interactive scientific environment and superb training. We are 45
minutes from NYC by train and the Rutgers Campus is situated in
pleasant surroundings. Applicants should send a CV, brief letter
describing research experience, and names and phone numbers of three
references to:<br>
Rick Padgett<br>
Waksman Institute<br>
190 Frelinghuysen Road<br>
Rutgers University<br>
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8020<br>
inquiries:&nbsp; padgett at waksman.rutgers.edu<br>
phone: 732-445-0251<br>
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Richard W. Padgett<x-tab>&nbsp;&nbsp;
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Waksman Institute<x-tab>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
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190 Frelinghuysen Road<x-tab>&nbsp;
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Rutgers University<x-tab>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
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Piscataway, NJ 08854-8020<br>
padgett at waksman.rutgers.edu<br>
FAX: 732-445-5735<br>

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