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Postdoctoral position in the Goldstein lab

Bob Goldstein bobg at unc.edu
Thu Jun 12 09:35:39 EST 2003


Using C. elegans Embryos to Explore
Mechanisms in Cell and Developmental Biology

Postdoctoral positions are available in the laboratory of Bob 
Goldstein at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  The 
laboratory uses diverse techniques to study mechanisms in cell and 
developmental biology.  Postdocs in the lab work on projects that are 
primarily of their own design.  Projects that further develop current 
lines of work in the lab, or ones that address other interesting 
questions, would be suitable -- so long as the laboratory is 
well-equipped for the planned work. 

Chapel Hill has a terrific scientific environment and is a great 
place to live.  The lab is very interactive, as is the floor that we 
are on, which is filled with bright cell biologists and excellent 
equipment for live imaging of cells.

Independent, highly motivated applicants should contact Bob as early 
as possible to discuss their ideas for projects.  Please also forward 
a CV and names of three references to:

Bob Goldstein
Biology Department
616 Fordham Hall
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3280 USA

email: bobg at unc.edu 
phone 919 843-8575
fax 919 962-1625

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