A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Somers lab at
Ohio State University to study post-transcriptional mechanisms of
circadian regulation in Arabidopsis
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
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
Department of Molecular Genetics
Ohio State University