Postdoctoral position at Oregon State University

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PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/GENETICS
OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

POSITION TITLE:	Research Associate (Postdoctoral)

POSITION DESCRIPTION:	A postdoctoral position is available to study auxin
signal transduction in tomato using molecular genetic approaches.
			Emphasis will be on the positional cloning and
characterization of 				the gene identified by the
diageotropica mutation.  The successful
	applicant will screen tomato genetic recombinants by CAPS or
			dCAPS methodology, identify putative clones within
a tomato 				BAC library, perform chromosomal
walks, and/or utilize 	`				transposon-tagged
tomato lines to identify and isolate the genomic
	sequence.  Genetic and molecular characterization will include
			rescue of the mutant phenotype by complementation,
promoter 				analysis, RNA and protein sequence
analysis, and putative signal 				transduction
pathway analysis. The position will be 1.0 FTE and
	carry a salary range of $25,000/year plus benefits.

QUALIFICATIONS: A Ph.D. in genetics, molecular or cellular biology, botany,
or a 				related field.  Demonstrated research
experience and skills in 				molecular biology
and genetics is required.  Previous experience
	with map-based cloning is preferred.  Good verbal and written
			English skills are essential.

CLOSING DATE:	For full consideration, apply by November 30, 1998;
applications 				will be accepted until position is
filled.

POSITION AVAILABLE:  November 1, 1998


APPLICATION MATERIAL:	Candidates should send a cover letter outlining
research experience and interests, curriculum vitae, and the name, address,
and 					telephone number of three
references to:

	Dr. Terri L. Lomax, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology,
	2082 Cordley Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR  97331;
	Telephone: (541)737-5278; Fax (541)737-3573
	email: lomaxt at bcc.orst.edu

Oregon State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment
Opportunity Employer and has a policy of being responsive to the needs of
dual-career couples.

__________________________________________________________________________
Professor Terri L. Lomax	 		email: lomaxt at bcc.orst.edu
Director, Science Connections Program
Dept. of Botany & Plant Pathology and
the Center for Gene Research & Biotechnology
Oregon State University 	       	       	fax:   (541) 737-3573
Cordley 2082					phone: (541) 737-5278
Corvallis, OR   	97331-2902                




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