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Postdoc Position

Chris Grant chris.grant at umist.ac.uk
Fri Jun 9 05:59:32 EST 2000

Molecular Responses to Oxidative Stress in Yeast
A postdoctoral position (3 years) funded by the Welcome Trust is available
immediately to study antioxidant defences in yeast.  The project is
concerned with the regulation and role of redox homeostasis in response to
oxidative stress conditions and will involve a range of molecular and
biochemical techniques.  For relevant publications see Molec. Microbiol.
(2000) 36: 1167-1174,  Mol. Cell. Biol (1999) 19: 2650-2656,  Mol. Biol.
Cell (1998) 9: 1081-1091,  Mol. Biol. Cell (1997) 8: 1699-1707. 

The department of Biomolecular Sciences at UMIST offers an outstanding
environment for research, for further information on the department go to
WWW: http://www.bi.umist.ac.uk.   Informal inquiries can be addressed to Dr
Chris Grant (Tel: 0161 200 4192; Fax: 0161 236 0409, email:
chris.grant at umist.ac.uk), and applications should be made by sending a
curriculum vitae with the names and addresses of three referees. 

Chris M. Grant, Ph.D
Dept. of Biomolecular Sciences,
Manchester M60 1QD.
Tel. 0161 200 4192
Fax. 0161 236 0409
Departmental WWW: http://www.bi.umist.ac.uk/



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