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Vett Lloyd vlloyd at IS.Dal.Ca
Fri Nov 24 17:50:05 EST 2000


University-funded Killam Postdoctoral Fellowships are available at 
Dalhousie University, in Canada.  Successful applicants may join any 
laboratory in the Department of Biology (http://is.dal.ca/~biology2/) 
which they feel that their research may complement. There are two 
Drosophila laboratories at Dalhousie with overlapping research 
interests in the post-genomic cell biology of the photoreceptor and 
its synaptic terminal, using genetic, molecular and anatomical 
methods at all levels, as well as neurobiological approaches and 
developmental genetics (chromatin structure, genomic imprinting). 
University infrastructure includes: molecular biology facilities, all 
forms of microscopy, especially EM and confocal, 3-D reconstruction 
and other computer imaging methods, tissue culture and HPLC. 
Dalhousie University is situated in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Contrary to 
popular view, Nova Scotia is not on the Arctic Circle, but enjoys a 
moderate coastal climate offering an essentially limitless  unspoiled 
coastline.  Halifax is a lively and pleasant port, and the major 
cultural and economic metropolitan centre for this traditional region 
of the Canadian seaboard.  Sufficiently large to provide major 
amenities, it is still small enough to be an easy, safe and 
accessible place in which to live.

Please contact for more information: Vett Lloyd (vett.lloyd at Dal.ca) or I.A.
Meinertzhagen (iam at is.dal.ca), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
http://is.dal.ca/~iam/ or

Dr. Vett Lloyd
Dept. Biology
Dalhousie University
Life Sciences Building
1355 Oxford St.
Halifax, Nova Scotia,
B3H 4J1, Canada
phone (902) 494 2551
FAX (902) 494 3736


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