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PhD Scholarship and Postdoctoral Positions in Plant Molecular and Cell
Organelle Research Group, University of Stavanger, Norway

The University of Stavanger has available a three-year PhD Scholarship
position and two three-year postdoctoral research associate positions in
Plant Molecular and Cell Biology, in the Department of Mathematics and
Natural Sciences. The National Functional Genomics Programme in Norway
funds all three positions.

The successful applicants will be part of a research team studying the
molecular cell biology of plastid division in Arabidopsis thaliana. We are
particularly interested in (i) Identifying novel plastid division
components using protein/protein interaction techniques, (ii) Isolating
regulatory proteins of genes encoding central plastid division proteins,
(iii) Defining protein recruitment to plastids during division using
quantitative proteome analysis and (iv) Cloning novel plastid division
suppressor mutants showing altered plastid morphology.

The projects are technically and intellectually demanding and applicants
should therefore be highly motivated and have a background in plant
molecular and cell biology.

The positions are salaried according to the State Salary Code: PhD
scholarship NOK 310,700 NKr/annum (EUR 37,700/annum), Postdoctoral
Research Associate NOK 389,600?418,400/annum (EUR 47,300- 50,800/annum).
The positions provide for automatic membership in the Norwegian Public
Service Pension Fund, which guarantees favorable retirement benefits.
Members may also apply for home investment loans at favorable interest

Further information about the positions can be obtained from Professor
Simon Geir Møller, telephone +47 51 83 17 17, e-mail
[Only registered users see links. ]. Project particulars and application procedures can
be found at [Only registered users see links. ]. When submitting an application please
follow the guidelines given on the University website.

Application deadline 27th of
November 2006

Stavanger is a city of 115 000 inhabitants at the southwestern coast of
Norway with picturesque surroundings of fjords and mountains. Stavanger is
an international city with a dynamic environment and excellent
opportunities for sports such as skiing and hiking. The airport is
situated 10 km from the city, and has direct flight connections to major
cities such as Copenhagen, Aberdeen, London, Amsterdam and Frankfurt.

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Professor Simon Geir Møller, EMBO Young Investigator
Head of Department
Department of Mathematics and Natural Science
University of Stavanger
N-4036 Stavanger
Tel: +47 51 83 17 17 (Cell phone : +47 94 81 87 03)
Fax: +47 51 83 17 50
E-mail: [Only registered users see links. ]
Web: [Only registered users see links. ]
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