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PhD position on plant hormone research in Berlin

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PhD position on plant hormone research in Berlin

=46ree University of Berlin (Germany), laboratory of Prof. Thomas Schm=FClli=
ng

A doctoral fellowship funded by the German Research Council (DFG)
is immediately available at the Free University=20
of Berlin, Institute of Biology/Applied Genetics.
The successful applicant will work in a research=20
team studying genetic, molecular and=20
physiological aspects of cytokinin biology in=20
Arabidopsis. The institute offers excellent=20
conditions.
Our research topic covers the functional=20
investigation of cytokinin metabolism and=20
signaling using T-DNA tagged mutants, transgenic=20
lines, yeast two hybrid analyses, reporter gene=20
studies and genetic and physiological=20
investigations of growth and nutrient allocation.=20
Please see our recent publications for further=20
informations: Werner et al., (2003) Plant Cell=20
15, 2532-2550; Heyl and Schm=FClling (2003) Curr.=20
Op. Plant Biol. 6, 480-488 or take a look at our=20
homepage:=20
<http://www.angenetik.fu-berlin.de/>[Only registered users see links. ].
Candidates should have a diploma, master or=20
equivalent in genetics, plant physiology,=20
biochemistry or molecular biology; experience in=20
the plant sciences is advantageous. Compensation=20
is according to the German BAT IIa/2 salary.
Applications, including CV, names and addresses=20
of two references, should be addressed to Prof.=20
Thomas Schm=FClling, FU Berlin, Institute of=20
Biology/Applied Genetics, Albrecht-Thaer-Weg 6,=20
14195 Berlin or send by email (in a single=20
folder) to [Only registered users see links. ]

Dr. Alexander Heyl
=46ree University, Institute for Biology
Applied Genetics
Neubau
Albrecht-Thaer-Weg 6
14195 Berlin

[Only registered users see links. ]
[Only registered users see links. ]
Tel.:+ 49 (0) 30 838 - 56550
=46AX+ 49 (0) 30 838 - 54345
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