Ion channel molecular biology, Cambridge

Mark Tester mat10 at cus.cam.ac.uk
Fri Sep 6 16:22:58 EST 2002


A molecular biologist is wanted who is interested in working in a fairly
large group on ion channels and salinity tolerance. The project forms part
of a European consortium whose aim is to characterise novel ion channels
in Arabidopsis. Further details of the programme can be found both at my
own website (www.plantsci.cam.ac.uk/Tester/Home.html) and on the EU's
Cordis website, at
http://improving.cordis.lu/rtn/show-NET.cfm?obj_id=NW_VAC--000000000000E085

The position is EU-funded, so has various restrictions. The only people
eligible to be employed are:
EU nationals who have not lived in the UK for the past two years;
or
non-EU nationals, if they have lived in the EU for at least the past five
years (and not in the UK for the past two years).

It involves collaboration with and travel to several other groups
elsewhere in Europe, and requires an experienced molecular biologist.
Applicants must have a PhD, salaries will be on the research associate
scale. Applications, including a CV and names of three referees should be
sent to mat10 at cam.ac.uk.

The University is committed to equality of opportunity



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