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[Arabidopsis] Post-Doctoral position in Plant Circadian Biology

David Somers via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by somers.24 from osu.edu)
Thu Mar 16 17:56:31 EST 2017


A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Somers lab at 
Ohio State University to study post-transcriptional mechanisms of 
circadian regulation in Arabidopsis 
(https://molgen.osu.edu/people/somers.24).

The successful applicant will participate in projects involving 
circadian regulation of nuclear trafficking, the role of phosphorylation 
in the circadian system and other post-transcriptional processes that 
control clock function.

Extensive experience with protein handling techniques and familiarity 
with confocal microscopy, plant transformation and chromatin IP are 
desirable. A background in plant genetics and transformation are essential.

Applicants should have a PhD degree in Biology, Biochemistry, or 
equivalent and excellent English language skills.

Ohio State has a vibrant and interactive plant biology community that 
spans three departments, providing a wide range of expertise and 
training opportunities.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, a CV which outlines 
research experience and interests and contact information for least 3 
previous supervisors or mentors to Dr. David Somers (somers.24 from osu.edu)

-- 
David E. Somers
Professor
Department of Molecular Genetics
Ohio State University
(614) 292-2551



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