Post Doctoral Position in Plant Molecular Biology

dknudson at ops.agsci.colostate.edu dknudson at ops.agsci.colostate.edu
Mon Jan 24 14:41:15 EST 1994


Posted for colleague, please inquires to cishimar at lamar.colostate.edu

Position Announcement: Post Doctoral Position in Plant Molecular Biology; 
Department of Plant Pathology and Weed Science, Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, CO. Postion is for one year, with possibility of second year
funding. Fort Collins is located one hour north of Denver, one hour from
the Rocky Mountain National Park, and two hours from several major ski
resorts. 

Responsibilities:  This is an interdisciplinary research project
coordinated by a plant pathologist, a carbohydrate chemist/microbiologist
and a plant molecular biologist.  The successful candidate will evaluate
the effect of the bacterial plant pathogen Clavibacter sepedonicum on the
expression and actitivty of invertase(s) in potato.  Research will be
conducted in completely renovated and fully equiped laboratories,
primarily under the leadership of C. Ishimaru. 

Qualifications: Must have completed a PhD in plant biochemistry, plant
physiology, plant pathology or a related field.  Must have experience in
extraction an analysis of plant DNA and RNA.  Familiarity in carbohydrate
chemisty, plant source-sink relationships, and protein/enzyme assays are
especially desirable. 

Salary:  $25,000

Availability:  Immediately, or as soon as a suitable candidate is
identified. 

Please send resume ASAP to: Carol Ishimaru, Asst. Professor, Plant
Pathology Department of Plant Pathology and Weed Science Colorado State
University Fort Collins, CO 80523 or contact directly by at: TEL:
303/491-7726 FAX: 303/491-0564 email: cishimar at lamar.colostate.edu
      
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