Worm Breeder's Gazette 15(3): 1 (June 1, 1998)
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Eight three-year postdoctoral positions are available under an EEC TMR network (Training and Mobility Research program) to work in one of the eight following laboratories: Michel Labouesse - IGBMC, Strasbourg (France) (Coordinator of the network) Julie Ahringer - Cambridge University, Cambridge (UK) Thierry Bogaert - Devgen, Gent (Belgium) Ian Hope - Leeds University, Leeds (UK) Iain Johnstone - Glasgow University, Glasgow (UK) Ronald Plasterk - NKI, Amsterdam (The Netherlands) Ralf Schnabel - Technical University Braunschweig, Braunschweig(Germany) Fritz Mueller - Fribourg University, Fribourg (Schweiz) Projects will be centered around two major topics, embryogenesis and genomics. 1!) Embryogenesis: specification of embryonic cell-fates and morphogenesis of the embryo based on molecular and classical genetics, video- and fluorescence-microscopy. 2!) Genomics: design of molecular tools to allow conditional expression of proteins and development of novel approaches for functional analysis of the genome sequence. More details can be found on the network webpage http://www1-igbmc.u-strasbg.fr/~TMR_Network Applicants must be citizens of the EEC, Israel, or Liechtenstein and can forward their resume together with letters of recommendation directly to individual labs.