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[Drosophila] positions available/ lab technicians

Ando Iijima, Kanae iijimaka at cshl.edu
Wed Apr 26 17:26:02 EST 2006

Full-time laboratory technician positions are available to perform
molecular biology and simple fly genetics in the new labs working on
neurodegenerative diseases in Thomas Jefferson University in
Philadelphia, PA, starting September 1st, 2006. Bachelor's degree and
experience with molecular biology are required. Experience with
Drosophila or cell culture are not necessary but preferred. Ability to
work independently and troubleshoot technical problems is highly
desirable. People who want to learn neurodegenerative disease, genetics
and neurobiology of Drosophila are encouraged to apply. 
1. Iijima K, Liu HP, Chiang AS, Hearn SA, Konsolaki M, Zhong Y.
Dissecting the pathological effects of human Abeta40 and Abeta42 in
Drosophila: a potential model for Alzheimer's disease. Proc Natl Acad
Sci U S A. 2004, 101(17):6623-8. 
2. Iijima-Ando K, Wu P, Drier EA, Iijima K, Yin JC. cAMP-response
element-binding protein and heat-shock protein 70 additively suppress
polyglutamine-mediated toxicity in Drosophila. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
2005, 102(29):10261-6. 

Please send CV and the names of references (e-mail is preferred) to; 
Kanae Iijima-Ando, Ph. D. 
Beckman Building, 
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 
1 Bungtown Road, NY11724 
tel: (516) 367-8886 
fax: (516) 367-8880 
e-mail: iijimaka at cshl.edu 
Koichi Iijima, Ph. D. 
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory 
1 Bungtown Road, NY11724 
tel: (516) 367-6884 
fax: (516) 367-8880 
e-mail: iijimako at cshl.edu 

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