postdoc position in yeast molecular biology

David Pearce David_Pearce at urmc.rochester.edu
Wed May 16 16:22:29 EST 2001


  POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
Center for Aging and Developmental Biology,     University of Rochester 
School of Medicine, Rochester, NY.

A Postdoctoral position is available immediately to study the function of 
Btn1p in yeast.  Btn1p is the yeast homologue to the human Cln3p which when 
defective is responsible for the most common childhood neurological 
disorder, Batten disease.  We are studying Btn1p with the awesome power of 
yeast genetics, and have demonstrated that deletion of BTN1 (btn1-) is 
complemented by human CLN3 (Pearce et al., 1999 [Nat. Genet., 22, 
55-58]).  We are looking for a highly motivated individual with experience 
in yeast molecular biology to contribute to the research and understanding 
of this devastating disease.

For more information please contact:

David A Pearce
Center for Aging and Developmental Biology
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Box 645
University of Rochester School of Medicine
601 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester, NY 14642

Tel: 716 273 1514
FAX: 716 756 7665
E-Mail: David_Pearce at urmc.rochester.edu

David A Pearce
Center for Aging and Developmental Biology
Dept. of Biochemistry and Biophysics
University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester
NY 14642
USA

Tel:            716 273-1514
FAX:            716 756-7665
E-Mail: David_Pearce at urmc.rochester.edu
http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/Neuroscigrad/fac/Pearce.html




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