FW: Postdoctoral position: Phytophthora genomics
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Thu Nov 16 10:07:08 EST 2000
From: Howard S. Judelson [mailto:judelson at ucrac1.ucr.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 6:16 PM
To: judelson at ucrac1.ucr.edu
Subject: Postdoctoral position: Phytophthora genomics
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POSTDOCTORAL POSITION AVAILABLE: Functional
genetics of Phytophthora infestans
1-2 postdoctoral associates are sought to study Phytophthora
infestans, the oomycete (fungal-like organism) that causes the late
blight diseases of potato and tomato.
The successful applicants will join projects aimed at identifying and
characterizing genes important in plant infection and sporulation. The
work will involve constructing cDNA libraries; identifying genes of
interest from an EST catalogue; and characterizing gene regulation and
function by manipulating their expression in transformants of P.
infestans. This is an excellent opportunity to gain additional
experience in molecular biology and bioinformatics, while working on
one of the world's most important plant pathogens.
Multiyear funding is available (2-3 years). Additional information
about the laboratory and department is available at:
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline and skill in
molecular biology. A command of written and spoken English is
required. Experience with filamentous fungi is not required, and
scientists with training in other systems (plants, etc.) are welcome
Contact information for applications and questions is listed below. To
apply, send a curriculum vitae and the names of three references
(including addresses and telephone numbers) Please label email
attachments with your last name!
Dr. Howard Judelson
Department of Plant Pathology
University of California
Riverside, California 92521 USA
email: howard.judelson at ucr.edu
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