Postdoctoral Position Available

David R. Hyde David.R.Hyde.1 at nd.edu
Tue Apr 26 16:42:51 EST 1994

in Drosophila.  This position is available to begin at any time in the
coming year and is funded for up to three years through the NIH-National
Eye Institute. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in either molecular biology,
cell biology, genetics, biochemistry, or electrophysiology. The applicant
will conduct independent research with emphasis on the molecular mechanisms
of signal transduction and how pertubations in the transduction cascade
leads to degeneration.  Specifically the lab is studying the role of
G-alpha proteins in visual transduction (Lee et al. (1990) Neuron
5:889-898) and a novel phosphatidylinositol transfer protein involved in
intracellular trafficking or ion transport (Vihtelic et al. (1993) J. Cell
Biol. 122:1013-1022).  Primary emphasis will be on the Drosophila visual
system, with an opportunity to explore additional signal transduction
cascades (such as the role of guanylyl cyclases in the fly brain).  The lab
employs a multi-faceted approach, encompassing molecular and cell biology,
biochemistry genetics, and electrophysiology to examine these general
processes.  This position provides an excellent opportunity to develop a
research project that the candidate will be able to take when he/she
leaves.  The candidate will be encouraged to apply for independent funding
through several different agencies.  Salary will be commensurate with
qualifications and experience.  
Send curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation to:

David R. Hyde
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN   46556

	Tel: (219) 631-8054
	FAX: (219) 631-7413

In addition, inquiries and applications can be sent via E-mail to:
 David.R. Hyde.1 at nd.edu

The University of Notre Dame is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action

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