WANTED: Yeast molecular biologist
Ahne at gsf.de
Mon Feb 5 10:46:26 EST 1996
The GSF-Forschungszentrum für Umwelt und Gesundheit GmbH in Neuherberg close to
Munich is a National Research Institution for Environment and Health. It is
organized in the Helmholtz community and is supported by the Federal Government and
the State of Bavaria.
A Postdoctoral Position is offered in the Molecular Radiation Biology Group of the
GSF-Department of Radiation Biology. The research project focusses on repair
mechanisms of DNA double-stranded breaks in yeast and mammalian cells, in particular
of proteins involved in non-homologous recombination processes.
PhD in genetics, cell biology, or biochemistry with broad experience in yeast
molecular genetics is essential; some experience in protein biochemistry and/or cell
culture techniques would be advantageous.
The position funded by an EEC grant is immediately avaible for 2 years on a fixed
Applicants are invited to send a detailed CV and a list of publications together
with names and addresses of two references to: Prof Dr F. Eckardt-Schupp,
GSF-Institut für Strahlenbiologie, Postfach 1129, D-85758 Oberschleißheim, Germany.
Informal inquiries are welcome: Phone: +49-89-3187 4101;
fax: +49-89-3187 3381; E-mail: Eckardt-Schupp at GSF.DE
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