Post-doctoral position available in the Harmer lab
There is an NIH-funded postdoctoral position available in the Harmer lab (http://www.plb.ucdavis.edu/labs/harmer/) in the Department of Plant Biology at UC Davis to study mechanisms by which the circadian clock influences plant physiology. The circadian clock optimizes plant growth and development over daily and seasonal cycles. The successful applicant will investigate on a mechanistic level how the core circadian oscillator interacts with other key signaling pathways to influence growth. This exciting project will entail techniques including expression profiling, molecular genetics, biochemistry, and microscopy. Creative and motivated scientists with publications in international peer-reviewed journals are encouraged to apply. Experience with genomic and/or biochemical techniques a plus.
Please apply by email to Stacey Harmer (email@example.com) and include:
- CV (including record of peer-reviewed publication)
- cover letter describing current research activity and future research interests
- names and email addresses of three references