Postdoc position Ohio State University

davis.68 at osu.edu davis.68 at osu.edu
Thu Dec 19 15:04:54 EST 1996

Plant Biotechnology Center
The Ohio State University

A postdoctoral research position is available to join an established group
investigating the molecular and genetic basis of ozone effects on plants.
Current studies include detailed studies of ozone-induced gene expression,
genetic analysis of differential ozone sensitivity in various Arabidopsis
ecotypes and the isolation and characterization of mutant Arabidopsis lines
that are altered in the ozone sensitivity.  The primary goal of these
studies is to identify and characterize specific plant genes that are
crucial components of ozone-induced responses in plants and to determine
their relationship to other stress evoked responses, such as pathogen

Demonstrated experience in molecular biology is required, with experience
in Arabidopsis genetics and positional cloning desired.  The position is
available starting February 1, 1997 and is funded through 10/31/99.  Salary
is negotiable and dependent on experience.  Position includes health

Interested candidates should send a CV, a brief statement of research
interests and experience, and have 3 letters of reference sent to:

Keith Davis
Plant Biotechnology Center
The Ohio State University
Room 207, Rightmire Hall
1060 Carmack Road
Columbus, OH  43210-1002

Feel free to send electronic versions by e-mail if you wish.



Keith R. Davis
Associate Professor
Plant Biology and Plant Biotechnology
The Ohio State University
davis.68 at osu.edu

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