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Postdoc position available

paul kaufman pdkaufman at lbl.gov
Tue Jun 27 17:53:30 EST 2000

A post-doctoral position is available immediately to study nucleosome
assembly in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Our laboratory
is taking a combined genetic and biochemical approach towards
understanding the structure and function of Chromatin Assembly Factor-I
and other proteins involved in histone deposition.  Production of
recombinant proteins, development of defined biochemical assays, and in
vivo experiments to guide production of mutant proteins will be key
parts of the experimental approach.  See Kaufman et al., Genes Dev. 11:
345-357 (1997) and Mol. Cell. Biol. 18: 4793-4806 (1998) for more
        The laboratory is located on the UC Berkeley campus, a vibrant
scientific setting in the San Francisco Bay Area.
        A highly motivated individual with a Ph. D. and experience in
molecular genetics, biochemistry, or general chromatin research is
sought for this position. If interested, please provide a CV and a list
of three references to:

Dr. Paul D. Kaufman
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
229 Stanley Hall #3206
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-3206

FAX (510) 486-6488
pdkaufman at lbl.gov

Paul D. Kaufman
Staff Scientist
351 Donner Laboratory
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Berkeley, CA 94720


Adjunct Assistant Professor
University of California, Berkeley
Department of Molecular and Cell Biology
229 Stanley Hall #3206
Berkeley, CA 94720

Phone (510) 486-5846
FAX (510) 486-6488


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