Microscopy and Molecular Biology Postdoctoral Position Available

Richard E. Edelmann edelmare at CASMAIL.MUOHIO.EDU
Tue Jun 27 15:33:59 EST 2000


<color><param>0100,0100,0100</param>    Please respond directly to Dr. David Pennock at </color>pennocdg at muohio.edu.<bold><FontFamily><param>TIMES</param>  </bold><color><param>0100,0100,0100</param



=======================================================


<bold><bigger><bigger>Microscopy and Molecular Biology Postdoctoral
Position

Department of Zoology

Miami University

Oxford, OH</bold><FontFamily><param>TIMES</param>


<FontFamily><param>Arial</param>A two-year postdoctoral position is available for
investigating the role of inner arm dyneins in ciliary motility.
 We have seven different inner arm dynein heavy chain
genes cloned from <underline>Tetrahymena</underline> <underline>thermophila</underline> and are in
the process of creating knockout mutations in those
genes.  The successful applicant will be involved in all
aspects of the work, including creation of the knockout
mutants and analysis of the phenotypes.  The successful
candidate should be experienced in light and electron
microscopy and willing to learn molecular biology and
some protein biochemistry (preferred) or experienced in
molecular biology and protein biochemistry and willing to
learn light and electron microscopy. Send letter,
curriculum vitae, and reference letters to:


David Pennock

Department of Zoology

Miami University, Oxford, OH 45056


Email: pennocdg at muohio.edu<FontFamily><param>TIMES</param><smaller><smaller>







More information about the Protista mailing list