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POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN YEAST MESSENGER RNA SPLICING
We are looking for a first-rate post doc who is interested in studying the
genetics, molecular biology and biochemistry of splicing in S. cerevisiae.
We are concentrating particularly on the U2 and U4 snRNPs and some of their
protein components. We have a large number of unique and fruitful mutants
whose analysis will lead to intersting insights into splicing mechanisms.
Our lab is not only a great place to learn about yeast molecular genetics,
but the Research Institute at the Hospital for Sick Children has a lot of
terrific science. In addition to that, the University of Toronto and its
affiliated research institutes (almost all are just across the street from
us) is one of the most active biomedical research communities in North
America. And Toronto itself is a very interesting place to live.
If you are interested send me a letter or a FAX or and E-mail or a phone call.
Jim Friesen, Research Institute, Hospital for Sick Children, 555 University
Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 1X8. Tel. (416) 813-5722. FAX -5085.
jim at sickkids.on.ca