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Postdoc ad

Wed Dec 28 15:39:59 EST 1994


        A postdoctoral position is available starting May 15 to
study the molecular basis of circadian rhythmicity in cyanobacteria.
In collaboration with laboratories in Japan and at Texas A&M, our 
laboratory is using a reporter strain of cyanobacteria to isolate,
clone, and identify genes involved in the circadian clockwork (see
Science 266: 1233-1236, and PNAS 90: 5672-5676). Applicants should 
have training in current molecular genetic techniques and a strong 
interest in circadian rhythms. Those interested in the position 
should send a curriculum vitae, summary of doctoral dissertation 
and current research interests, and two letters of recommendation 
to Dr. Carl Johnson. Dr. Johnson is on sabbatical until March 31, 
so applications submitted before that time should be addressed to:
Dr. Carl Johnson c/o Dr. Susan Golden, Dept. of Biology, Texas A&M 
University, College Station, TX 77843 USA. After March 31, address 
applications to: Dr. Carl Johnson, Dept. of Biology, Box 1812-B, 
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37235 USA. Vanderbilt
University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

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