Postdoctoral Position

David R. Hyde hyde.1 at nd.edu
Wed Oct 23 10:39:09 EST 2002


Postdoctoral Research Positions in Eye Development and Disease

(University of Notre Dame)

Two funded postdoctoral research positions utilizing zebrafish are 
currently available at the University of Notre Dame.  The particular 
research projects are: i) analysis of mutants that affect lens 
development, ii) mechanisms of retinal pattern development, iii) 
mechanisms of retinal degeneration, iv) the role of M=FCller glia and 
adult stem cells in retinal regeneration.  These positions will 
employ molecular, cellular, genetic, and histological techniques.  
Previous research experience in one or more of these areas is 
preferred.  The University of Notre Dame maintains approximately 
1,800 square feet of state-of-the-art lab space that is dedicated to 
maintenance and husbandry of zebrafish and facility is staffed 365 
days a year by trained technicians.  Microinjection and microscopy 
facilities are also available in adjoining space.  The University of 
Notre Dame is in a safe and affordable area that is 90 minutes east 
of Chicago. Interested individuals should submit a cv, description of 
their research experience, and three letters of recommendation to 
dhyde at nd.edu.  

The University of Notre Dame is an Affirmative Action/Equal  
Opportunity Employer.





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