Postdoc position in Molecular Biology at UW- Madison

Bratislav Stankovic bstankovic at
Wed Mar 22 17:07:29 EST 2000

Postdoctoral (Research Associate) position in Plant Molecular Biology 
available at the University of Wisconsin - Madison

The Wisconsin Center for Space Automation and Robotics (WCSAR), located at 
the College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin  Madison, has a 
postdoctoral position for broadly trained plant molecular biologist to 
become part of a team effort focused on development of novel technologies 
for plant transformation aimed to increase the biosynthesis of secondary 
metabolites.  WCSAR's commercially-oriented research is conducted 
terrestrially, on the Space Shuttle, and on the International Space 
Station.  We are particularly interested in applicants with experience in 
plant transformation and plant cell and tissue culture.  A proven record of 
productivity including first-authored publications in internationally 
recognized journals will be a plus.  The successful candidate will interact 
with other scientists and engineers in a team-oriented, collaborative 
approach.  The Wisconsin Center for Space Automation and Robotics offers a 
unique opportunity for interfacing biotechnology, bioengineering and 
microgravity research.  Information on WCSAR is available at  This is a one-year appointment, renewable for 
a period of up to 3 years.  Salary: minimum $30,000.  The University of 
Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Madison, a vibrant and colorful city located on an isthmus and surrounded 
by 4 lakes, is frequently referred to as one of the best places for living, 
working, and playing in the U.S.A.  Information on Madison is available at

If interested in research that is out of this world, send applications 
including a current CV, brief statement of research experience and 
interest, and names and addresses of 3 references to:
Bratislav Stankovic, University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Center for Space 
Automation and Robotics (WCSAR), 2352 Engineering Hall, Madison, WI 53706.
Tel. (608) 265-8247; Fax: (608) 262-9458; E-mail: bstankovic at


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