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Postdoctoral Positions in Plant Molecular Biology at Dartmouth College

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Postdoctoral Positions in Plant Molecular Biology at Dartmouth College

Postdoctoral positions are currently available in the laboratories of
Dr. Mary Lou Guerinot, Dr. Tom Jack, and Dr. G. Eric Schaller to work
on federally funded research projects.

Guerinot: The research in Dr. Guerinotís laboratory involves the
study of metal ion homeostasis in Arabidopsis and rice with a special
emphasis on iron and zinc. We are continuing our studies on
localization of metals using synchrotron X-ray fluorescence
spectroscopy. In addition, we have been using high throughput
elemental profiling via ICP-MS to define a plantís ionome and have
used this information for functional characterization of various
mutants, for gene discovery, for developing ionomic signatures of
different physiological states and for exploring natural variation.

Jack: The research in Dr. Jackís lab involves the elucidation of the
role of two genes necessary for proper growth of petals and stamens.
The first is DORNROSCHEN-LIKE, which encodes a AP2-domain
transcription factor. The second is microRNA319a, which functions to
regulate a subset of TCP transcription factor genes.

Schaller: The research in Dr. Schallerís laboratory involves the
study of post-transcriptional regulation in ethylene signaling, with
a focus on action of the ethylene receptors. To this end we are
determining how physical interactions among the ethylene receptors
coordinate signal output. We are also determining the role played by
a small family of novel proteins in modulating receptor signaling.

Additional information on each PIís research interests can be
accessed through their individual faculty web pages at http://
[Only registered users see links. ]

Successful applicants should be highly motivated, be capable of
working independently, and have a relevant PhD. Experience in some or
all of the following disciplines is desirable: genetics in model
systems, molecular biology, and/or biochemistry.

Application Instructions: Please send a letter of application
describing research background, a CV, and the names and contact
information for three references by email to the faculty member(s) of
your choice: Mary Lou Guerinot ([Only registered users see links. ]), Tom
Jack ([Only registered users see links. ]), G. Eric Schaller
([Only registered users see links. ]). This is a good opportunity if you
and a partner are both looking for postdoctoral positions at the same
institution, and it may be helpful to indicate if this is the case in
your cover letter.





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