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TAIR curator positions

Sue Rhee rhee at acoma.Stanford.EDU
Fri Jun 9 15:17:03 EST 2000


The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR) is seeking two full-time
database curators to start in the fall of 2000. They will participate in
the collection and display of data for research use, the development and
improvement of data model for TAIR database, and the development of
software tools for literature curation, data integration, visualization,
and analysis.  Data types to curate and develop into the database
structure include experimental data from the Arabidopsis literature,
genome annotation, functional genomics, microarrays, phenotype and mutant
lines, and biochemical pathways.

Successful candidates will have a Ph.D degree or equivalent in
biology, a demonstrated ability for independent, critical thinking and
excellent communication and teamwork skills.  Prior laboratory
experience with Arabidopsis is preferred.  Candidates with some
background in biochemistry are especially encouraged to apply. Also,
candidates with a working knowledge of PERL, SQL, and/or basic shell
scripting languages is desired but an extensive background in
computing is not required.  Familiarity with basic UNIX commands,
spreadsheets, and commonly used biological research tools such as
BLAST and MEDLINE searching would be assets.

For more information contact us by email at:

	curator at arabidopsis.org

Qualified candidates should send a resume to:

The Arabidopsis Information Resource
Attn: Sue Rhee
Carnegie Institution of Washington, Dept. of Plant Biology
260 Panama Road
Stanford, CA 94305

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JULY 31, 2000

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Sue Rhee                         	rhee at acoma.stanford.edu
The Arabidopsis Information Resource	URL: www.arabidopsis.org
Carnegie Institution of Washington	FAX: +1-650-325-6857
Department of Plant Biology		Tel: +1-650-325-1521 ext. 251
260 Panama St.
Stanford, CA 94305
U.S.A.
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Please note that the AtDB project has officially ended and will go
offline soon. It is replaced by TAIR (The Arabidopsis Information
Resource). Please update your AtDB bookmarks to TAIR
(www.arabidopsis.org) at your earliest convenience.
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