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[Arabidopsis] job ad

Eugenia Russinova via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by eurus from psb.ugent.be)
Wed Jul 2 06:54:41 EST 2008

*Two 3-years PhD positions* are available in the lab of Jenny Russinova* 
(*VIB/Department of Plant Systems Biology/University of Ghent, Ghent, 
Belgium) *funded by the *European ITN FP7 Project BRAVISSIMO 
(BRAssinosteroid Venture Increasing StudentS' International MObility). 
The aim of the proposed research is to study the trafficking of membrane 
proteins in the model plant Arabidopsis. The projects will focus on 
functional analysis of the endocytosis of brassinosteroid receptor 
complex and further understanding of its significance for 
brassinosteroid signal transduction and plant growth.

We are looking for a motivated and hard working young scientist with a 
solid background in cell and molecular biology, basic skills in 
biochemistry, a deep interest in receptor signalling and cell growth, 
and a nice and collegial working spirit. Experience with plants, 
/Arabidopsis/, GFP and microscopy is an advantage but not required.


The applicants must have a master degree or equivalent university 
diploma in biology, molecular biology or biochemistry and be in the 
first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research careers, 
starting at the date of obtaining the degree which would formally 
entitle them to embark on a doctorate.

The positions are available for non-Belgium nationalities only

Good knowledge in English is obligatory.

Good communication and writing skills are a necessity


Send your motivation letter, CV and names of two referees by email to: 
Jenny Russinova (eurus from psb.ugent.be)

Jenny Russinova, PhD
Tel:+32 (0)9 331 39 31                        fax:+32 (0)9 3313809
VIB Department of Plant Systems Biology, Ghent University
Technologiepark 927, 9052 Gent, BELGIUM
eurus from psb.ugent.be                         http://www.psb.ugent.be

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