zywang at andrew2.stanford.edu
Thu Jun 13 13:46:59 EST 2002
Two positions for postdoctoral associates and a position for lab
technician are available in the Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie
Institution of Washington at Stanford.
Our research focuses on brassinosteroid (BR) signal transduction,
which involves a cell-surface receptor kinase (Wang et al., Nature
410, 380-382, 2001), the GSK3-like kinase BIN2 (Li and Nam, Science
295, 1299, 2002), and the nuclear proteins BZR1 and BZR2 (Wang et
al., Dev. Cell 2, 505, 2002; He et al., PNAS, in press 2002).
Research activities of the group include molecular genetics,
biochemistry, cell biology and proteomics. Research projects for
these positions include study of signal transduction events using 2-D
PAGE and mass-spectrometry, studies of the functions of BZR1 and its
homologs using molecular, genetic, biochemical and cell biological
tools, and study of the BR signaling pathways using genetic
approaches. To learn more about the lab and the Carnegie Institution,
please visit our web page (http://www-ciwdpb.Stanford.EDU).
Previous experience in molecular genetics, protein biochemistry, or
2-D PAGE or proteomics is preferred. The postdoctoral positions
require a Ph. D degree in molecular biology or biochemistry, and the
lab technician position requires a B.S or M.S degree and previous lab
research experience. To apply, please send curriculum vitae, and
names and email addresses of three references to: Dr. Zhiyong Wang,
Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution, 260 Panama Street,
Stanford, CA 94305. Email: zywang at andrew2.stanford.edu. Phone:
650-325-1521 ext 205; Fax: 650-325-6857.
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