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Chuck Miller rellim at MAILHOST.TCS.TULANE.EDU
Tue Mar 25 10:18:25 EST 1997


Postdoctoral Fellow (1)

The Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research invites applications
for the position of Postdoctoral Fellow, to investigate the biochemical and
molecular actions of steroid hormone/growth factor receptor interactions.
Mammalian and non-mammalian systems will be used to study signaling between
growth factor receptors and the estrogen receptor. A Ph.D. in biochemistry
or related degree is required. Experience with cell culture and standard
molecular biology methods required. Salary commensurate with background and
skills. Send resumes to Drs. McLachlan and Arnold, CBR, 1430 Tulane Avenue
SL-3, New Orleans, LA 70112.

Postdoctoral Fellow (2)
The Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research invites applications
for the position of Postdoctoral Fellow, to investigate the biochemical and
molecular biology of uterine fibroids. Mammalian tissue culture and
patient samples will be used to study the role of estrogens and growth
factors in the development of this disease. The position will involve a
close association between the basic and clinical research programs at
Tulane and Xavier Universities. An M.D. or Ph.D. in biochemistry or related
degree is requried. Salary commensurate with background and skills. Send
resumes to Drs. McLachlan and Arnold, CBR, 1430 Tulane Avenue SL-3, New
Orleans, LA 70112.

(3) Postdoctoral Research Associate

Position available for work in a multi-disciplinary laboratory studying
cellular and molecular basis of response of developing neural tissues to
injury induced by environmental exposure. Developmental "endocrine
disruption" by specific environmental contaminants will also be pursued.
Systems include developing
mammalian and frog embryos, organotypic brain slice cultures, neural cell
line culture, and yeast/human receptor assays, with emphasis at all levels
on cytokine and hormonal regulation of neural function. Methods to be
employed include molecular biology, confocal microscopy,
immunocytochemistry, and calcium
measurements. Guaranteed 1 year position with strong potential for
additional years support. An interest in environmental issues is
recommended. Contact Dr. Charles F. Ide, Deputy Director, Center for
Bioenvironmental Research and Department of Cell & Molecular Biology,
Tulane University, 604 Boggs
Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118, (504) 862-8370,
email: cfide at mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu.





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