Postdoctoral research associate positions are available in Dr. David
Galbraith's laboratory to develop microarray platforms and downstream
assays for high-throughput analysis of proteins. The aim is to provide
these platforms, and the associated, validated, downstream assays, to the
national and international scientific community.
The primary goals of these positions will be (a) to implement and further
develop microarray platforms based on in vitro transcription/translation of
cDNA molecules incorporating epitope tags, and (b) to develop downstream
assays using these microarrays for measurement of protein interactions with
the different classes of macromolecules encountered within biological cells.
Our laboratory is a leader in the area of biological instrumentation, with
a particular emphasis on microarrays, and is part of BIO5
(http://bio5.org/), a newly-formed collaborative institute at the
University of Arizona. The association with BIO5 provides an excellent
opportunity for a successful candidate to interact with scientists working
with a wide array of biological problems.
Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in biochemistry, molecular biology,
molecular genetics or in a related field, familiarity with bioinformatics,
and an ability to independently troubleshoot and navigate between different
techniques according to the requirements of the project.
Please send your current Curriculum Vitae, copies of transcripts, and the
names of three references to:
The University of Arizona
Department of Plant Sciences
303 Forbes Building
Tucson, Arizona 85721
Attn: David W. Galbraith, Ph.D.
Email: galbraith at arizona.edu
David W. Galbraith
Professor of Plant Sciences
& Professor, Bio5 Institute
University of Arizona
Office: 822D Marley Building
Mailing address: 303 Forbes Building
P.O. Box 210036
Tucson Arizona 85721-0036 USA.
Tel: (520) 621-9153
Fax: (520) 621-7186
Email: galbraith at arizona.eduhttp://latin.arizona.edu/galbraith
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