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position available for postdoc or experienced technician

Wendy S. Katz wkatz at pop.uky.edu
Thu Nov 20 14:07:43 EST 1997

     Available immediately, funded for at least two years.  We use C.
elegans vulval development as a model system to investigate cellular
response to signals that orient asymmetric cell structure.  A predicted
receptor tyrosine kinase appears to be important for correct cell
orientation.  We are characterizing this protein; we will screen for
interacting proteins and characterize interesting candidates.
     The laboratory is in the Biochemistry Department of the University of
Kentucky College of Medicine, in Lexington Kentucky.  The department
provides modern, well-equipped research facilities in a stimulating
intellectual environment.  Lexington, located in the beautiful Bluegrass
region, is a mid-size city that provides a variety of cultural offerings.
More information about the department and the community can be found at

Please send cv and names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to
Wendy S. Katz
Department of Biochemistry
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
800 Rose Street
Lexington, KY  40536-0084

e-mail:  wkatz at pop.uky.edu
fax: (606) 323-1037

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