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Postdoc in Development and Evolution in Maize

John Doebley jdoebley at wiscmail.wisc.edu
Thu Oct 2 15:58:06 EST 2003

A postdoctoral position is available to work on the molecular and 
developmental basis of the morphological evolution of maize and its 
ancestor, teosinte. The project will involve the molecular analysis 
of genes that control quantitative traits involved in maize 
domestication using transgenic constructs to test specific hypotheses 
about functional polymorphisms, and developmental and quantitative 
analyses of the resultant transgenic lines. Applicants with 
experience in molecular genetics and/or plant developmental biology 
are encouraged to apply. This project is funded for five years and 
the position is available January 2004. To apply, send a statement of 
research interests, curriculum vitae, and the email address for three 
references to John Doebley, Genetics Department, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison WI 53706 (jdoebley at wisc.edu). For more information 
on our laboratory, visit http://www.wisc.edu/teosinte/

John Doebley
Genetics Department
445 Henry Mall
University of Wisconsin
Madison, WI 53706
tel: 608-265-5803
lab: 608-265-5804
fax: 608-262-2976
email: jdoebley at wisc.edu

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