postdoctoral positions

John McCusker mccusker at abacus.mc.duke.edu
Mon May 1 10:11:10 EST 2000

Postdoctoral Positions in Molecular Medical Mycology, Yeast Genetics and
Yeast Pathogenesis

The Duke University Mycology Research Unit (DUMRU) has openings for
Postdoctoral Fellows. DUMRU comprises laboratories at Duke University in
the Departments of Biology, Genetics, Medicine, and Microbiology;
laboratory directors include Gary M. Cox, Fred Dietrich, Joseph Heitman,
John H. McCusker, Thomas G. Mitchell, John R. Perfect, and Rytas Vilgalys.
Molecular genetic approaches are being used to investigate, among other
areas, population genetics, signal transduction, antifungal drug targets,
and high temperature growth in Candida albicans, Saccharomyces cerevisiae,
and Cryptococcus neoformans. We seek talented scientists with research
expertise in any of the following areas: genetics, population studies,
evolution, molecular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology, animal models
and/or microbial pathogenesis. Prior research experience with medical fungi
is not essential. Salaries comply with NIH guidelines; relative to many
other parts of the country, the Durham area has a modest cost of living. To
apply, send a CV and list of references by regular mail or e-mail text to
individual laboratory directors, as listed in the DUMRU web site:
http://www.dumru.mc.duke.edu . Please do not e-mail attachments.
Alternatively, send CV and references to Janet Routten, Box 3867,  Duke
University Medical Center, Durham, NC, 27710, USA. Tel: 919-684-2660. Fax:
919-684-8902.  Duke University is an AA/EOE.
John H. McCusker, Asst. Prof.
Dept. of Microbiology, 3020
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC 27710

phone:  (919) 681-6744
fax:    (919) 684-8735
e-mail: mccusker at abacus.mc.duke.edu
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