Postdoctoral Position in Drosophila neurogenetics
Stephen F Goodwin
stephen at molgen.gla.ac.uk
Wed Jul 7 12:27:12 EST 1999
UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW
INSTITUTE OF BIOMEDICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES
DIVISION OF MOLECULAR GENETICS
WELLCOME TRUST FUNDED POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT:
COURTSHIP BIOLOGY OF THE FRUITFLY DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER
RA1A £15735 - £23651.
This is a three year project funded by The Wellcome Trust, involving the
molecular, genetic, developmental and behavioural dissection of the
fruitless (fru) gene of Drosophila (see Cell 87: 1079-1089, 1996). This
postdoctoral fellow will preferably have a strong background in
molecular neurobiology to study courtship biology of the fruitfly
Drosophila melanogaster. She/he will be preferably acquainted with
molecular neurobiology methods; genetic crosses involving
behavioral/neurological mutants; cloning, analysis, and manipulation of
genes influencing courtship behavior; manipulation of
molecularly-generated transgenic strains of Drosophila including
neuroanatomical and behavioural techniques.
Informal enquiries to Dr Stephen F. Goodwin (stephen at molgen.gla.ac.uk;
tel 0141 330 2948). Applications in writing, including three copies of
your CV, and the names, postal and e-mail addresses and fax numbers of
two academic referees, should be sent to Dr Stephen F. Goodwin, Anderson
College, 56 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6NU.
Closing date 30th July 1999.
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