Postdoctoral Position

Robert Arkowitz ra2 at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
Thu Jun 29 16:33:08 EST 2000


A postdoctoral position is available to study polarized growth in
Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Candida albicans.  We are interested in the
regulation of polarized growth during different developmental states
including mating, budding, and invasive pseudohyphal/hyphal growth.  We
have been examining the functions of the Rho small GTPase Cdc42p and its
exchange factor (activator) Cdc24p in different growth states, with
particular emphasis on their role in initiating and maintaining
directional growth.  See Mol. Cell (2000) 5:853-864; J. Cell Biol.
(2000) 148:1115?1122; J. Cell Biol. (1999) 144:1187-1202; Nature (1998)
391:196-198.  Prior experience in biochemistry, molecular biology, or
yeast cell biology would be desirable.  Send curriculum vitae and names
of three references to: Dr. Robert Arkowitz, Institute of Signaling,
Developmental Biology, and Cancer, CNRS-UMR 6543 ? CENTRE DE BIOCHIMIE,
UNIVERSITE DE NICE ? FACULTE DES SCIENCES, Parc Valrose - 06108 NICE
cedex 2- FRANCE. arkowitz at unice.fr.

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