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=46ive Post-Doctoral Positions

=46ive post-doctoral positions are available in the Department of
Biology at Colorado State University to work on signal transduction
systems. The long-term goal of the work is to genetically engineer
plants to be =93sentinels=94 to report adverse environments (e.g.,
pollution, environmental monitoring, biological and chemical
terrorist agents). The work will involve collaborations with protein
engineers to computationally design optimal receptors and signal
transduction systems (cf. Nature 423:185-190), dissection and
optimizing plant signal transduction systems, and test various
designs in transgenic Arabidopsis plants. The ability to conduct
molecular biology experiments and prepare solid publications in
peer-reviewed scientific journals is required. Applications must have
a Ph.D. or will receive their Ph.D. within 6 months of their start
date. Experience in plant molecular biology, gene cloning and
analysis of transgenic plants is a positive. Successful applicants
will work in the laboratories of Drs. June Medford and ASN Reddy.
Information about the positions is available the Biology Department
web site: [Only registered users see links. ].

Salary commensurate with experience. Positions are available
immediately. Applications received by August 15th, 2003 will receive
full consideration or until the positions are filled. Colorado State
University is located in Fort Collins, Colorado a city of 124,000
located at the base of the Rocky Mountains. Fort Collins boasts over
300 days of sunshine per year and a number of high-tech employers
(HP, Agilient, LSI Logic, Celestica, WaterPik). Numerous
recreational activities exist from the nearby mountains.

Please send your curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research
experience, and names and telephone numbers of three references to
[Only registered users see links. ]

Dr. June Medford and Dr. ASN Reddy are both attending the ASPB
meeting. Please let a note here if you have any questions.

Contact Information:
Dr. June Medford Dr. ASN Reddy
Department of Biology Department of Biology
Colorado State University Colorado State University
=46ort Collins, CO 80523-1878 Fort Collins, CO 80523-1878
Phone: 970-491-7865 Phone: 970-491-5773
=46AX: 970-491-0649 FAX: 970-491-0649
Email: [Only registered users see links. ] Email: [Only registered users see links. ]

Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employe=

Dr. June Medford
Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Colorado State University
=46ort Collins, CO 80523-1878
Telephone: 970-491-7865
=46AX: 970-491-0649
Email: [Only registered users see links. ]

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