PhD, FU Berlin: Phytochrome

Jon Hughes hughes at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Wed Mar 22 11:56:48 EST 2000


I  currently have a number of positions open in my group (in
particular for a PhD student) to work on the Cph1 phytochrome from the
cyanobacterium Synechocystis (see Hughes et al. 1997, Nature, 386:
663; Hughes & Lamparter, 1999, Plant Physiol., 121, 1059-1068).  We
use molecular-genetic (expression cloning, in vitro mutagenesis,
protein chromatography, crystallography) and other methods to study
the structure and function of  this photoreceptor. In the process, we
collaborate with other groups in a  newly-established special research
program studying protein structure/function (SFB 498) as well as with
numerous colleagues throughout the world. In my lab I stress the
importance of a friendly atmosphere, not only excellent science. 
(See also www.userpage.fu-berlin.de/~hughes/)
- PhD (Doktorandenstelle, BAT2a/2)
- Master's and short-term projects (Diplomarbeiten; freie Mitarbeit)
Please contact me as soon as possible, providing a short outline of a
potential project you might carry out in my lab.
PD Dr Jon Hughes, Lab 228
Plant Physiology
Free University of Berlin
Königin-Luise-Str. 12-16
14195 Berlin / Dahlem
Germany.
Tel.: 	+49/0 30 838 54308
Fax.: 	+49/0 30 838 54357
email:	hughes at zedat.fu-berlin.de





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