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Postdoctoral Scholar - Functional Genomics of Guard Cell ABA Signaling

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Old 07-06-2008, 04:23 PM
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Default Postdoctoral Scholar - Functional Genomics of Guard Cell ABA Signaling



Two postdoctoral positions are open to study the redox and metabolomic
regulatory networks underlying guard cell ABA signal transduction in
model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. This project is based on collaborative
efforts between Dr. Sally Assmannís laboratory at Pennsylvania State
University ([Only registered users see links. ]) and Dr.
Sixue Chenís laboratory at University of Florida
([Only registered users see links. ]). The two laboratories will
work jointly on the following key aspects of ABA signal transduction in
guard cells: a) ABA-responsive redox proteins and their functions; b)
dynamics of guard cell metabolites in response to ABA; and c) systems
biology models of guard cell ABA signal transduction. The postdoctoral
associates will be responsible for 2D gel- and/or liquid
chromatography-based redox proteomics, functional characterization of
candidate redox-regulated proteins, metabolite profiling/metabolomics,
and bioinformatics of guard cell redox proteins and metabolites. The
associates are expected to receive multidisciplinary training, work in
both laboratories if necessary, and be involved in the outreach
activities of the project, such as organizing the summer proteomics
workshop at University of Florida. Applicants are expected to have a
strong publication record and demonstrated expertise in one or more of
these areas: gel- and/or liquid chromatography-based proteomics, plant
molecular biology, functional genomics, metabolite profiling and
metabolomics, and/or plant systems biology. Experience with protein or
metabolite separation/purification and mass spectrometry would be an
advantage. Applicants should send a cover letter, a statement of
research interests and a CV including the names and contact information
of three references to: Dr. Sally Assmann, Department of Biology, Penn
State University, 208 Mueller Lab., University Park, PA 16802, Email:
[Only registered users see links. ], or Dr. Sixue Chen, Department of Botany, UF Genetics
Institute, Program of Plant Cell and Molecular Biology, University of
Florida, PO Box 118526, Gainesville, FL 32610, Email: [Only registered users see links. ].
Applications will remain open until filled. Women and minorities are
encouraged to apply. We encourage applications from individuals of
diverse backgrounds.
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Sixue Chen

Department of Botany,
UF Genetics Institute, and
Plant Molecular & Cellular Biology Program
University of Florida
Cancer & Genetics Research Complex, Room 438
1376 Mowry Road, PO Box 103610
Gainesville, FL 32610
USA

Tel: +1 (352) 273-8330
Fax: +1 (352) 273-8284
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