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[Arabidopsis] Postdoc advertisement

Patricia Springer via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by pspringer from ucr.edu)
Mon Jul 14 18:55:26 EST 2008


Please post the following job ad:  thanks!


A full time postdoctoral associate position is available immediately 
in the laboratory of Patricia Springer, Department of Botany and 
Plant Sciences, University of California, Riverside.  The successful 
candidate will examine the role of individual members of the 
LOB-Domain (LBD) family of transcription factors in Arabidopsis 
development.  This family of transcription factors has been 
implicated in a number of different developmental processes in 
plants, including the control of organ boundaries, adaxial-abaxial 
organ polarity, lateral root initiation, gametophyte development, and 
inflorescence branching.  We seek to understand the functions of 
additional genes in this family. For more information about the 
available projects, contact Patricia Springer (pspringer from ucr.edu).

A Ph.D. degree in molecular genetics, plant biology, or a related 
field is required.  Candidates must have excellent communication 
skills. Interested applicants should send a C.V., list of 
publications, brief summary of research experience and future goals, 
and names and addresses of three referees by email to Patricia 
Springer (pspringer from ucr.edu).  Review of applications will begin 
immediately and continue until position is filled. For further 
information on the lab interests, please see 
http://cepceb.ucr.edu/members/springer.htm.   For information on the 
department and UCR, see http://plantbiology.ucr.edu/.
-- 
Patricia Springer
Associate Professor of Genetics
Department of Botany and Plant Sciences
Center for Plant Cell Biology
University of California
Riverside, CA  92521

patricia.springer from ucr.edu
phone:  951-827-5785
fax:   951-827-4437

http://cepceb.ucr.edu


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