Graduate Research in Fungal Development: A position is available a
person interested in molecular mechanisms controlling the initiation of
the asexual/sexual reproductive cycles and the morphogenesis of
multicellular structures in the filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans.
Current projects include the characterization of components of signal
transduction pathways and the transcriptional regulators that control
reproductive development. (Dutton et al. EMBO J. 16:5710; Vallim et al.
Mol. Micro. 36:290). The student will receive training in classical and
molecular genetic methodologies in yeast and filamentous fungi.
Interested individuals should have prior education in genetics,
biochemistry or molecular biology. For more information contact Dr.
Bruce L. Miller, Dept. of Micro., Mol. Biol. & Biochem., Life Sciences
Bldg., University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83844-3052. bmiller at uidaho.edu.
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