An NIH funded technician position is availabe immediately to study the
osmoregulatory signal transduction pathway in higher plants. Experience
with PCR and plant transformation techniques is required. Background in
yeast molecular biology is an advantage. Minimum requirements include
an M.S. with experience, but applicants holding the Ph.D. will be
preferred. Funding is guaranteed for 2 years with the possibility of
renewal. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents. Send a
cover letter, curriculum vitae, and names of 3 references with
addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses to: Dr. Deborah A.
Cook (dcook at cau.edu), Department of Biological Sciences, Clark Atlanta
University, Atlanta, GA 30314; (404) 880-6823, (404) 880-6756 fax.
Clark Atlanta University is a Equal Opportunity Employer.
FYI: I am considering this to be a postdoctoral position, but the
funding agency restricts it to a technician position. For those
inclined to consider undergraduate teaching as a career, this could be
an opportunity to find out what it's really like.