Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity
TVW Telethon Institute for Child Health Research
Western Australian Institute for Medical Research
Isolating novel inhibitors of Telomerase
A postdoctoral fellowship opportunity exists for a novel approach to isolating
inhibitors of telomerase which may be active in cancer cells.
This is an NIH-funded collaborative project which is lead by Drs Watt (yeast
molecular genetics) and Leedman (RNA biology).
The successful applicant will be an experienced Molecular Biologist preferably
with a background in yeast genetics and with expertise in gene expression.
The position is for 2-years with the potential for extension. Applicants
should apply by e-mail to Dr Paul Watt (paulw at ichr.uwa.edu.au), mentioning
Telomerase Application in the subject heading before August 15, 2001.
Applications should include an curriculum vitae attached to the e-mail as a
file (in MS-Word, Text or PDF format) which lists the names, telephone numbers
and e-mail addresses of two referees.
Salary package (including supplements such as superannuation) will be in the
range of A$55,000-$70,000, depending on experience. Relocation expenses to
Western Australia (www.wa.gov.au/aboutwa.html) may also be payable if
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