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Post-doc, Arabidopsis

June Medford medford at LAMAR.COLOSTATE.EDU
Mon Jan 6 18:52:52 EST 1997

Post-doc Position, Vegetative Development.

A post-doctoral position is available immediately for a molecular and
genetic investigation of how environmental and developmental information
interacts in plant development.  Work will involve using Arabidopsis
mutants that show distinct patterns of vegetative development depending on
the environmental conditions. Although numerous insights have been made in
floral development, vegetative development is still being mastered. Various
alleles are available for study, including two that are T-DNA tagged.
Experience in molecular biology is highly desirable. Applicants with
experience in genetics, molecular biology and/or biochemical genetics will
be given special consideration.

Interested candidates should send a CV, a brief statement of research
experience and career goals, and 3 letters of reference to:

Dr. June Medford
Department of Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1878

Applications received by January 24th will be given full consideration.
Electronic versions by email are acceptable.

Colorado State University is one hour north of Denver in a community of
about 100,000.  The University sits at the junction of the Rocky Mountains
and the plains.  The climate is mild and sunny throughout the year and a
rain shadow from the mountains allows only 15 inches of rain a year. Skiing
and hiking in the nearby mountains, ski resorts and National Parks are
popular recreational activities.

Dr. June Medford
Department of Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80525

Telephone:(970)-491-7865 office
	  (970)-491-3991 laboratory
EMAIL: medford at lamar.colostate.edu

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