Postdoctoral Fellow, National Human Genome Research Institute/NIH

Shawn Burgess burgess at nhgri.nih.gov
Wed May 29 16:05:04 EST 2002


A Postdoctoral research position is available immediately for an 
individual interested in vertebrate genetics and genome analysis at 
the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI).  

Establishing technologies for using microarrays as a tool to study 
vertebrate development. This position is a collaboration between 
two labs in the NHGRI and will utilize a recently developed and 
comprehensive microarray of zebrafish genes to study aspects of 
vertebrate development on a genome-wide scale. Particular 
research areas include establishment of the blood lineages and 
development of the vertebrate ear and hearing. Funding is for 3 
years initially with the possibility of extending for 2 years more.  

The National Human Genome Research Institute at the National 
Institutes of Health in Bethesda provides and exciting scientific 
environment in one of the largest biomedical research facilities in 
the world.  

Candidates should possess an MD and/or PhD and have less than 
five years of postdoctoral experience. Applications will be accepted 
until the position is filled. Please send a letter, CV, and three 
letters of reference to: Dr. Shawn Burgess c/o Ms. Dana Jordan, 
NHGRI/NIH, 50 South Dr., Bldg. 50, Rm.5423, Bethesda, MD  
20892-8004 (or dgsapply at nhgri.nih.gov).  

The NIH is an Equal Opportunity Employer and applications by 
women and minorities are strongly encouraged.  







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