job posting

Jennifer Liang jol at po.cwru.edu
Tue Jul 1 14:07:06 EST 2003


A post-doctoral position is available to study the role of the 
transcription factor Otx5 in regulating circadian rhythm in the zebrafish 
pineal organ (Nature Genetics (2002) 30:117-121).  The pineal is a 
photoreceptive organ in the dorsal brain with an important role in 
circadian regulation via the cyclical synthesis of melatonin. Depletion of 
Otx5 results in reduced transcription of several circadian-regulated 
genes, including those involved in melatonin synthesis.  Cleveland is 
an exciting city located on the shore of Lake Erie and offers a rich and 
interactive research community.  Experience in molecular cell biology, 
biochemistry, or developmental biology is preferred.   Please send a 
CV, description of research interests, and reference letters to:  

Jennifer Liang
Biology Department
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH  44106
jol at po.cwru.edu
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Jennifer Ostrom Liang
Biology Department
Case Western Reserve University
126 Millis Science Center
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH  44106
Office:  216-368-5428
Laboratory:  216-368-5430
fax: 216-368-4672
e-mail: jol at po.cwru.edu







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