The protein quality group at DuPont has an opening for a
postdoctoral fellow. We would appreciate your posting the
announcement below or passing it to any individuals you feel might be
interested and qualified. The position is for 1-2 years; the
starting date is negotiable. The AgBiotech group as a whole is 90-
100 people, working on programs in oil and carbohydrate quality,
molecular breeding, and seed product functionality as well as protein
quality. Wilmington, Delaware, is a small city, halfway between New
York City and Washington D.C. and also convenient to Philadelphia,
Baltimore, and the rural "Pennsylvania Dutch" region. As a middle
Atlantic state Delaware has a moderate climate, with less severe
winters and warm summers.
Thank you for your help in our search.
A postdoctoral position for a plant molecular biologist is available
in the Agricultural Biotechnology group of DuPont Agricultural
Products in Wilmington, Delaware. The position is directed towards
the development of methods for obtaining high level expression of
transgenes in plant seeds. The successful candidate will be a
creative thinker with good interpersonal skills and have experience
in plant gene expression studies. He or she will have the
opportunity to work as part of a multidisciplinary team which
includes biochemists, plant cell biologists, agronomists and
molecular biologists. Please send CV, representative publications or
preprints, and 2 letters of recommendation to Enno Krebbers, DuPont
Agricultural Biotechnology, Experimental Station 402-2253,
Wilmington, Delaware 19880-0402. Email enquiries:
krebbers at esvax.dnet.dupont.com. Salary commensurate with experience.
DuPont is an equal opportunity employer.