Post Doctoral Position Available

Gwen Sancar gsancar at med.unc.edu
Mon Jun 5 10:24:43 EST 1995


A post doctoral position is available immediately to study the regulation
of DNA damage responsive genes in S. cerevisiae.  Our approach is to use
classical genetic, molecular, and biochemical approaches to identify
damage responsive transcriptional regulators and the components of the
signal transduction pathway that impinge upon these regulators.  Previous
experience in molecular techniques and/or yeast genetics is highly
desirable.  My
laboratory group currently consists of two post docs, a graduate student,
and a technician, and each person in my lab has their own project.  Salary
is commensurate with previous training and is competitive for academic
postdoctoral positions.  My laboratory is located within the Department of
Biochemistry and Biophysics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill.  This is in the Raleigh-Durham-Research Triangle Park area which was
recently cited as the best place in the country to live.  

Persons interested in this position should send their CV, including the
names and telephone numbers of three references, to me at the
following address:

	Dr. Gwen Sancar
	Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
	CB# 7260
	The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
	Chapel Hill, NC  27599-7260
	
or the resume may be sent by E-mail to gsancar at med.unc.edu



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