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Postdoctoral Position

seibertm at TCPLINK.NREL.GOV seibertm at TCPLINK.NREL.GOV
Tue Nov 30 13:53:40 EST 1993

         Dear Colleague,

         Would you please forward the postdoctoral position description
         noted below to anyone who might be interested in applying for
         the opening.  Thank you for your help.

                                                Mike Seibert

                               POSTDOCTORAL POSITION

         A postdoctoral position will become available starting February 1,
         l994, for a person interested in studying oxygen-evolution,
         electron donation, and photoactivation processes in PSII.
         Biochemical, spectroscopic, and electrochemical approaches are
         used with membrane/submembrane fractions obtained from plants and
         from site-directed (cyanobacterial) mutants.  See the following:
         (1991) Biochemistry 30, 9615 and 9625; (1992) Research in
         Photosynthesis (Murata, ed.) Vol. II, 357; and (1993)
         Photosynthesis Research (Dec. issue in press).  Structural
         studies of PSII and functional studies of the isolated PSII
         reaction center are also of interest to the laboratory but are
         ancillary to this position (see [1992] Photochemistry and
         Photobiology 56, 263 and [1993] The Photosynthetic Reaction
         Center [Deisenhofer and Norris, eds.] Vol. I, 319).  The position
         is for one year with the possibility of extension, the salary is
         highly competitive, and US citizens/permanent residents as well as
         women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Interested
         candidates should send a CV with list of publications; a cover
         letter with statement of research interests; and the names,
         addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references
         whom we can contact to:

                          Dr. Michael Seibert
                          National Renewable Energy Laboratory
                          Golden, CO 80401-3393
                          (303) 231-1879 or 384-6279 after Jan. 6, 1994
                          FAX:  (303) 384-6150
                          E-mail:  Seibert at seri.nrel.gov or

         NREL is an equal opportunity employer.

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