[Drosophila] postdoc job posting - UIowa

Diane Cryderman Diane-Cryderman at uiowa.edu
Tue Sep 5 15:35:06 EST 2006


The Department of Biochemistry at the University of Iowa has an 
opening for a Postdoctoral Position in the area of chromatin 
structure and gene expression.  Research will involve the study of 
epigenetic mechanisms of gene silencing in Drosophila and human 
breast cancer cells.  The applicant must have a Ph.D. in molecular 
biology, genetics or a related area and at least one first author 
publication in a well-respected journal.  The applicant will be 
expected to plan experiments, write manuscripts, present research at 
meetings, and be competitive for postdoctoral fellowship 
applications.  The applicant should be familiar with research in the 
area of gene expression and have experience in molecular biology 

Send cv along with the names and E-mail address of three references 
to Lori Wallrath,
E-mail: lori-wallrath at uiowa.edu by September 25, 2006.  Late 
applications will be considered if the position is not immediately 
filled. The University of Iowa is an Affirmative Action/Equal 
Employment Opportunity Employer.

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