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Research Technician Oxford
RESEARCH LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD: DEPARTMENT OF PLANT SCIENCES
TECHNICIAN GRADE E:
Starting salary in the range of =A319,042-=A320,185 p.a.
This is a research technician position that also involves lab management
duties. Experience in molecular biology and plant genetics is essential;
in the production and maintenance of transgenic plants in controlled
environments - and also in histology-optical microscopy - highly desirable.
The successful applicant will be working under the direction of Dr Tsiantis
to support the research of his group. For information on research direction
of the group see:
Tsiantis M and Hay A. (2003). Comparative plant development: The time of
the leaf? Nature Reviews Genetics 4, 170-181.
Hay, A., Kaur, H., Phillips, A., Hedden, P., Hake, S. and Tsiantis M.
(2002). The gibberellin pathway mediates KNOTTED1-type homeobox function in
plants with different body plans. Current Biology, 12, 1557-1565}
The post, which is BBSRC-funded, is fulltime and for up to twenty months a=
this stage. Ideally we would like to have someone in post as soon as
=46urther particulars may be downloaded from [Only registered users see links. ]
<http://www.plants.ox.ac.uk/> and also are available from the Administrator.
Applications, including curriculum vitae, name and contact details of two
referees and quoting post reference no. PT/25 to be sent to the
Administrator at the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Oxford,
South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3RB. The closing date for applications is 31st
January 2004. For informal enquiries contact [Only registered users see links. ]
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