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postdoctoral position in coruzzi lab

Gloria Coruzzi coruzg01 at mcrcr.med.nyu.edu
Mon May 25 12:43:00 EST 1998

Post-doctoral position available in light/metabolic signal transduction in

A post-doctoral position is available in the laboratory of Gloria Coruzzi
at New York University.  The position relates to the study of light and
metabolic signal transduction pathways regulating amino acid biosynthesis
genes using molecular-genetics approaches in Arabidopsis.   In addition to
the molecular analysis of this process in wild-type plants, transgenic
Arabidopsis have been constructed to perform positive selection for mutants
impaired in sensing light, carbon or nitrogen metabolites.  Our Web page
can be accessed through: http://www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/bio/

The position is available immediately  and the start date is flexible.

Candidates interested in this position should send a CV which includes at
least three references with phone and email addresses for each reference.

To:             Dr. Gloria Coruzzi
                Dept of Biology
                New York University
                100 Washington Sq. East
                1009 Main Building
                New York, NY 10012

                fax 212-995-4204
                email: coruzg01 at mcrcr.med.nyu.edu

Related  publications:
Lam HM, Peng S, and Coruzzi G. (1994) "Metabolic regulation of the gene
encoding glutamine-dependent asparagine synthetase in Arabidopsis
thaliana."  Plant Physiol.  106, 1347-1357.

Ngai N, Tsai F.Y. and Coruzzi G.M. (1997)  Light-induced transcriptional
repression of the AS1 gene:  Identification of cis- elements  and
transfactors.  Plant Journal.  12, 1021-1034.

Ngai,  N and Coruzzi, G. (1998) Dissecting light repression of the
asparagine synthetase gene in Arabdiopsis.  In NATO ASI, "Cellular
Integration of Signaling Pathways in Plant Development".  Eds. LoSchiavo,
N. Raikhel, R. Last and G. Morelli. Springer Verlag.  pp.147-157.

Oliveira I,  Lam H, Coschigano K, Melo-Oliveira R, and Coruzzi G (1997)
Molecular-genetic dissection of ammonia assimilation in Arabidopsis
thaliana. Plant Physiol. and Biochem. 35, 185 - 198.

Other recent publications:
Melo-Oliveira R, Oliveira and Coruzzi G  (1996) Arabidopsis mutant analysis
and gene regulation define a nonredundant role for glutamate dehydrogenase
in nitrogen assimilation.  Proc. Nat'l Acad. Sci. 93,4718-4723.

Coschigano K and Coruzzi G (1998)  Arabidopsis mutants and genes for
distinct ferredoxin-dependent glutamate    synthase isoforms: Implications
for photorespiration and primary nitrogen assimilation. Plant Cell. (In
Press; May issue)

Schultz C, Hsu M, Miesak B, and Coruzzi G (1998) Arabidopsis mutants define
an in vivo role for isoenzymes of aspartate aminotransferase in plant
nitrogen assimilation.  Genetics, (In Press, June issue).

Dr. Gloria Coruzzi                      tel 212-998-3963
Carroll & Milton Petrie Professor       fax 212-995-4202
New York University                     email: coruzg01 at mcrcr.med.nyu.edu

Dept. of Biology
100 Washington Square East
Main Building Room 1009
New York, N.Y. 10003


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