Postdoctoral Research Position:
Metabolic role of 14-3-3 proteins
Dept of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge, UK
A postdoctoral position of up to three years is now available to investigate the roles of 14-3-3 proteins in metabolic signalling and in co-ordination of carbon and nitrogen metabolic pathways using T-DNA tagged Arabidopsis mutants. The project involves genetic, molecular and physiological analysis of mutant and wild type plants and the application of functional genomics techniques such as metabolic profiling and expression arrays.
Candidates must possess (or shortly expect to gain) a PhD in biochemistry, molecular biology or plant sciences and should have experience in molecular biological methods and/or sugar and nitrogen metabolism.
The project is funded by the BBSRC. Salary will be on the age-dependent research associate scale, which is currently £16775 - £25213. Applications, including a CV and names of three referees, should be sent to Dr Thomas Martin, Department of Plant Sciences, Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3EA, tel: (01223) 339386, e-mail trm23 at cam.ac.uk.
Dr Thomas Martin
University of Cambridge
Department of Plant Sciences
Cambridge, CB2 3EA
Phone 0044(0) 1223 339386
Fax 0044(0) 1223 333953
E-mail trm23 at cam.ac.uk
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