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postdoctoral position in muscle biophysics

Jim O. Vigoreaux jvigorea at zoo.uvm.edu
Fri Jan 17 15:21:54 EST 2003

Postdoctoral position in Muscle Biophysics. NIH-funded study to investigate 
the functional properties of myosin regulatory light chain in Drosophila. 
Research involves generation and characterization of transgenic Drosophila 
expressing mutant light chains.  Research is of a highly integrative nature 
and candidate will be exposed to different disciplines through various 
collaborations. Candidate must have experience in one or more of the following 
areas: molecular cloning, Drosophila genetics, muscle mechanics, cell imaging, 
and muscle protein biochemistry. The University of Vermont harbors one of the 
most comprehensive programs in Muscle Physiology in the country 
(http://cardiovascular.med.uvm.edu/). A wide range of expertise among our 
highly interactive faculty and the state-of-the art facilities and 
instrumentation will make this a most rewarding experience for anyone 
considering a career in muscle biology. Competitive salary and benefits will 
be offered. Burlington, VT is consistently rated one of the most livable 
cities in the USA. To apply or to obtain further information, please contact:

Dr. David Maughan
Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics
University of VermontCollege of Medicine
Burlington, VT 05405
Tel 802-656-4041
maughan at physiology.med.uvm.edu	


Dr. Jim Vigoreaux
Department of Biology
University of Vermont
Burlington, VT 05405
Tel 802-656-4627
jvigorea at zoo.uvm.edu



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