While we're speaking of post-doctoral positions, I thought I'd forward
this to the group. Deniz Toksoz is in the Cellular and Molecular
Physiology department at Tufts University School of Medicine in downtown
I met her while she was Harvard, and introduced her to the basics of the
Baculovirus expression system. I found her quite pleasant at the time,
and since she has been on the faculty here I have developed a respect for
her both personally and scientifically.
If you have any questions about Tufts or the Department, feel free to
email me or Deniz. I have found this to be a good traning environment,
with the added culinary advantage of Chinatown at your doorstep <grin>.
If you're interested in signal transduction, this is a post-doc worth
This position is funded by an NIH training grant, I believe.
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From: Deniz Toksoz <DToksoz at infonet.tufts.edu>
Postdoctoral Position: Candidates with experience in oncogenes/G proteins/
signaling to study function and mechanism of transformation of the
lbc oncogene, a multidomain regulator of the Rho small GTP
binding protein. Rho mediates actin cytoskeletal organization
and cell proliferation via a novel signaling
pathway. Research focuses on how dysregulation by lbc leads to malignancy.
Position requires U.S. citizen/permanent resident with a Ph.D.
Send C.V. to Dr. D. Toksoz, Department of Physiology, Tufts
University School of Medicine, 136 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA. 02111. email:
dtoksoz at infonet.tufts.edu. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.