DEPARTMENT OF PARASITOLOGY AND
CENTRE FOR MOLECULAR & CELLULAR BIOLOGY
THE UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND
I seek a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with experience in phylogenetic
inference to work on projects funded by the Australian Research Council on
the molecular phylogeny of ticks and flukes. Knowledge of ticks and flukes
is not required but knowledge of current approaches to phylogenetic
inference and expertise in molecular biology, especially PCR, cloning and
nucleotide sequencing, are necessary. The successful applicant will hold
the PhD degree and will be able to work independently. Funds are available
for 3 years. Salary: $35,974 - $40,088 depending on experience and degree
I seek a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with substantial experience in
molecular biology to work on the genome of the cattle tick Boophilus
microplus. Knowledge of ticks is not required but expertise in molecular
biology and an interest in genomes are necessary. The successful applicant
will hold the PhD degree and will be able to work independently. The main
approaches to be used will be collection of ESTs (Expressed Tag Sites),
Fluorescent In Situ Hybridisation (FISH) and comparative mapping. Funds
are available for 6-12 months initially. Salary: $35,974 - $40,088
depending on experience and degree of excellence.
Applications including the names of 3 referees should be sent to Dr Steve
Barker, Department of Parasitology, The University of Queensland, 4072 ASAP
but not later than 27 November 1995. People with applications that will
arrive in Brisbane after 27 November should contact Steve Barker by email
as soon as they decide to apply.
For further information contact Dr Steve Barker, email
s.barker at mailbox.uq.oz.au, ph. 07 3365 3303, fax. 07 3365 1588.
Dr Stephen C. Barker, Fax: + 61 7 3365 1588
Lecturer - Molecular Genetics of Parasites, Ph: + 61 7 3365 3303/2572
Department of Parasitology & em: S.Barker at mailbox.uq.oz.au
Centre for Molecular and Cellular Biology,
The University of Queensland,
Brisbane, Australia, 4072.