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Postdoctoral position

Laurent Laplaze ll237 at cam.ac.uk
Tue Sep 26 03:46:10 EST 2000

>Postdoctoral position available from january 2000
>Location : Unite Mixte de Recherche 1098 Agro-M/INRA/IRD/CIRAD "Biologie du
>development des  plantes perennes cultivées", INRA and IRD research centers
>of Montpellier (South of France, 10 kms from the Mediterranean sea).
>The position is to investigate about the methodology of grapevine
>The research will be focused on the study of effects of 5' and 3' sequences
>on (trans)gene expression. It will combine classical molecular cloning
>skills and grapevine transformation experiments (transient as well as stable).
>This work will be connected with our programs on the factors involved in
>the control of gene expression during the grapevine berry development or
>the interaction between Frankia/Casuarina.
>Athough all basic methodologies have already been developed and will be
>avaible, because the research project involve a collaboration between
>several teams, the successful applicant should exhibit a high level of
>autonomy, particularly for the molecular work.
>Funding is available for 2 years but tenure for the 2nd year is dependent
>on performance during the first year. Applicant should be non French, but
>europeens are eligible.
>According to the experience of the applicant, brut fellowship will range
>between 1400 to 2400 Euros.
>Please make inquiries (preferably by e-mail) to :
>                              Dr. Laurent  Torregrosa
>                              Maitre de conferences
> UMR 1098 BDPPC                    Voice   33 (0)4 99 61 24 55
> Campus Agro-M/INRA            Fax                           26 16
> 2, Place P. Viala                     laurent.torregro at ensam.inra.fr
> 34060 Montpellier Cedex 1     http://www.ensam.inra.fr

Dr Laurent Laplaze
Cellular Development
Department of Plant Sciences
University of Cambridge
Downing Street
Cambridge CB2 3EA
Email: ll237 at hermes.cam.ac.uk
Tel: +44 1223 766545
Fax: +44 1223 333953


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