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Postdoc Position Plant Molecular Biology EC funded

Dr. Fredy Altpeter altpeter at ipk-gatersleben.de
Thu Mar 2 02:12:41 EST 2000

Postdoc Position Plant Molecular Biology EC funded
AG Gene Transfer IPK Gatersleben, Germany

The IPK Gatersleben is a public research centre, with the objective to
carry out basic and applied research in the field of molecular plant
breeding (http://www.ipk-gatersleben.de).

The Gene Transfer Group at the IPK-Gatersleben
(http://www.ipk-gatersleben.de/englisch/abtl-ags/ipkengt.htm) has
efficient nuclear transformation systems for the production of
transgenic cereals and grasses in place. The selected candidate for this
immediate opening will work in an international team focussing on the
incorporation of quality traits in cereals and grasses, using genetic
transformation technology and exchange research findings with multiple
collaborators in an european network.. The immediate opening will be
funded by the European Community for a period of 34 months at the scale

Development of a plastid transformation system for a selected monocot
crop will build on extensive monocot tissue culture and transformation
expertise and experience with biolistic plastid transformation in
tobacco. The selected candidate will mainly focus on the construction of
vectors for the site directed integration of transgenes through
homologous recombination and the analysis of  transgenic plants. We
expect extensive experience with standard molecular biology techniques.
Experience with plant tissue culture and -transformation is a plus.

Gatersleben is located in the centre of Germany, close to the Harz
mountains and the historic city of Quedlinburg.

Please send your CV, list of references and intended starting date
preferably by e-mail to:

Dr. Fredy Altpeter, Gene Transfer Group, IPK Gatersleben
Corrensstr. 3, 06466 Gatersleben, Germany
e-mail: altpeter at ipk-gatersleben.de
Fax: +49 39482 5139


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