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Roger Jacobs jacobsr at mcmaster.ca
Tue Apr 4 15:14:32 EST 2000


                ----- RTK signaling in Drosophila -----

A postdoctoral position is available to investigate the pathways of
receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) adaptor function in Drosophila embryos and
imaginal tissues. We are mapping the output pathways of single
phosphotyrosines of heterologous RTKs with genetic and molecular
techniques. Research opportunities are also open for the molecular genetic
dissection of midline axon guidance signals in embryonic development of the
Drosophila nervous system.
        McMaster University has a full range of facilities for Drosophila
and molecular genetics, and is geographically close to other fly centres.
Hamilton is 40 minutes west of Toronto.

Applicants should have training in molecular biology and/or genetics.
 Interested candidates should send their CV and references
to Roger Jacobs (address in footer).


         J.  Roger Jacobs, Ph.D.
        Associate Professor
        Dept. of Biology
        LSB 532
        McMaster University
        1280 Main St. W.
        Hamilton, Ont.
        C A N A D A   L8S 4K1
        tel 905-529-7070
               ext 27350
         fax 905-522-6066

jacobsr at mcmaster.ca


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