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Postdoc Position available

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Mon Jun 5 11:17:44 EST 2000

A funded postdoctoral position is available immediately to examine the
regulation of DNA replication in the fission yeast.  The successful
applicant will join a highly interactive and productive team that uses
genetics, molecular biology, and biochemistry to investigate the role of
conserved eukaryotic replication factors in S phase initiation and
maintenance of genome integrity.  Recent work in the lab has addressed
the structure and function of MCM protein complexes, regulation of S
phase by conserved kinases, and initiation of meiotic DNA replication.
Applicants with published experience in yeast genetics, or analysis of
chromatin structure, or biochemistry of replicating DNA are particularly
encouraged to apply.

The Salk Institute offers an outstanding environment for research, and
attracts top postdocs from all around the globe.  With colleagues at
adjacent institutions including the University of California, San Diego
and The Scripps Research Institute, the San Diego area has one of the
highest concentrations of biological researchers in the world.  It is
also a spectacularly beautiful place to live!

Further information about the lab and its research can be found at
http://pingu.salk.edu/~forsburg/lab.html .  Applicants should send their
CV,  relevant reprints, and three references to Dr. Susan L Forsburg,
Molecular Biology and Virology Laboratory, The Salk Institute, 10010 N.
Torrey Pines Rd, La Jolla CA 92037 USA.

The Salk Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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S L Forsburg, PhD  Associate Professor
Molecular Biology and Virology Lab
The Salk Institute, La Jolla CA
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