Postdoc and technician positions

Ellen Wisman wisman at mpiz-koeln.mpg.de
Wed Jan 13 20:43:37 EST 1999


Postdoctoral and technician positions are available at  Michigan State
University and at the Carnegie Institution of Washington to study gene
expression in Arabidopsis using custom-made DNA microarrays. DNA
microarrays consist of high density arrays of cDNA clones affixed to
microscope slides and can be used to analyze the expression of thousands
of genes simultaneously. The project has an emphasis on optimizing
methods associated with producing and utilizing the DNA microarrays. The
DNA microarrays will then be used to characterize plant specific genes.
A strong background in molecular biology or chemistry and laboratory
skills in DNA and RNA/cDNA manipulation are required. Send a curriculum
vitae, a 1-2 page statement of your research interest, and the names,
addresses, Email addresses and phone numbers of three references to
either Dr. Pam Green, MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory , Michigan State
University, E. Lansing Mi 48824-1312, (Email green at pilot.msu.edu) or Dr.
Shauna Somerville, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution of
Washington, 260 Panama Street, Stanford, CA 94305 (Email
Shauna at Andrew2.Stanford.edu).

Dr. Pam Green will attend the Plant and Animal Genome Meeting, January
17-21, at San Diego and will be happy to answer questions about the
positions.




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