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Postdoctoral Position

Louise Lewis llewis at uconnvm.uconn.edu
Thu Apr 24 11:23:21 EST 2003

Please excuse the cross-posting. I would appreciate if you'd pass this
along to anyone who might be interested. Cheers, Louise

Postdoctoral Position

~~An Evolutionary View of Physiological Ecology of Desert Green
Algae~~ Funds are available for a NASA-funded two-year postdoctoral
position in the labs of=A0 Dr. Louise Lewis and Dr. Zoe Cardon at
University of Connecticut, starting summer or fall 2003.=A0 We are
seeking a postdoctoral associate to investigate photoprotection
mechanisms and desiccation tolerance in unicellular green algae
isolated from desert crusts of western North America.=A0 These algae
belong to multiple, evolutionarily independent lineages of green algae
that have made the transition from aquatic habitats to desert
microbiotic crusts.=A0 Prior experience with chlorophyll fluorescence
analysis (in algae or higher plants) is preferred; other experience
with stress tolerance in algae would be welcomed, as would 
in phylogenetic analysis, sequencing, and other molecular 
Some specific experiments are already envisioned, but there is ample
room for the postdoctoral associate to develop her or his own
independent project(s) using green algal isolates.=A0 To apply, submit a
CV, statement of research interests and accomplishments (including
reprints), and names of three referees willing to provide
recommendations to:=A0 Dr. Zoe Cardon, Dept. of Ecology and 
Biology, 75 N. Eagleville Road U-43, University of Connecticut,
Storrs, CT=A0 06269.=A0 Applications can also be sent by e-mail to
zoe.cardon at uconn.edu. Review of applications will begin June 1, 

Louise A. Lewis
University of Connecticut
Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
75 North Eagleville Rd.
Storrs, CT 06269-3043 USA

Phone: 860-486-6723
Fax: 860-486-6364
louise.lewis at uconn.edu
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