The following positions are available at The Ohio State University beginning
These positions will be in the laboratory of Dr. Pappachan E. Kolattukudy,
Professor and Director of Neurobiotechnology Center at the Ohio State
1-2 Research Associates (Post-Doctoral Level)
Plan and carry out gene expression experiments with E.coli, insect cell and
yeast systems. Purify and analyze recombinant proteins. Perform site-directed
metagenesis experiments. Evaluate research findings and assist in the
reporting of results to appropriate grant sponsors. Perform independent
analysis of pertinent research literature. Prepare data for inclusion in new
funding proposals and scientific journal publications. Assist in preparation
of research papers for publication in scholarly journals and presentation at
PhD in relevant field of biology or equivalent combination of education and
experience. Demonstrated ability in molecular biology techniques.
Salary: $21,700 - $24,800 depending on experience. This position includes full
1 Research Assistant 2 (Technician Level)
Assist with gene expression experiments using E.coli, animal and yeast systems.
Purify and carry out assays of recombinant proteins, assist with site directed
mutagenesis, Aid in preparation of data for publications and presentations at
conference. Train operators of, order supplies for and maintain tissue culture
Masters degree in a biological science/health area or an equivalent combination
of education and experience. Animal cell culture experience desired.
Salary: $18,400 - $20,800 depending on experience. This position includes full
These positions are available immediately.
Please send e-mail with qualifications to lcsmith at magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu.
C.V. and other materials can be sent to Laurie Smith, Biotechnology Center, 206
Rightmire Hall, 1060 Carmack Road, Columbus, Ohio 43210.
Do not respond via newsgroup - it will not be read.
The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer.
Women, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled veterans and individuals with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.