The ERATO Takai Biotimer Project has openings for postdoctoral
researchers in the fields of molecular biology, neurobiology,
developmental biology, protein chemistry, cell biology and enzymology.
This 5-year, $15-million project is headed by Prof. Yoshimi Takai of
Osaka University Medical School and will research G-proteins and related
proteins, the genes that code for them, and their functions in search for
biological timing mechanisms.
All positions are in Japan.
Interested researchers can receive more information by sending me their
ERATO Overseas Representative
aengel at netaxs.com