Vacancy in Developmental Genetics of Drosophila
THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
MOLECULAR AND POPULATION GENETICS GROUP
Research Fellow (Level B)
The School is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow, for three years, to
study the developmental genetics of Drosophila. The appointee will be
based in the Molecular and Population Genetics Group but will be
expected to interact with members of other research groups studying
developmental processes and neurobiology in other insects, and the
evolution, structure and functions of molecules of biological
importance. Applicants are sought with experience in molecular
techniques, desirably appropriate to Drosophila, and proven ability to
pursue an independent research program. The School has excellent
facilities for Drosophila research.
Further particulars can be obtained from:
John Gibson - Email: Gibson at rsbs-central.anu.edu.au
Fax: 0061 62 79 8294
Eldon Ball - Email: Ball at rsbs-central.anu.edu.au
Tel: 61 6 2494496
Appointment: The position is for a fixed term of three years.
Closing Date: 10th November, 1995 Ref: BS 20.9.1
Salary: Research Fellow A$42, 198 - 50, 111 p.a.
APPLICATIONS should be submitted in duplicate to The Secretary, The
Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200 Australia, quoting
reference number and including curriculum vitae, list of publications
and names and addresses of at least three referees. The University has
a "no smoking" policy in all University buildings and vehicles.
THE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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