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Cell. Vol. 57. No. 12. June 16, 1969 Postdoctoral Positions Molecular and Cellular Biology Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, is seeking applicants for two postdoctoral appointments in the Biomedical Sciences Division. These positions are offered by an established research group applying the glycophorin A-based assay to the study human in vivo somatic mutation and represent a major new initiative to extend the research program into the areas of cellular and animal models and molecular characterization of mutational mechanisms. *The first position involves the utilization of DNA vectors designed to target integration of human allele-specific glycophorin A DNA sequences into the genomic homologue in human or mouse erythroleukemia cell lines. *The second position involves the development and application of methods to characterize genetic alterations at the glycophorin A locus and in glycophorin A mRNA in mutant erythroid cells arising in vitro and in vivo. The selected candidates should have a degree in molecular biology, biochemistry, or genetics. Experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable: phage/cosmid cloning, eucaryotic expression vectors, DNA transfection, transgenic mice, in situ hybridization, DNA restriction analysis, enzymatic DNA amplification. For additional information contact Dr. William L. Bigbee at (415) 422-5682. Appointments are for two years with possible opportunity for extension. We offer a highly competitive salary and excellent benefit package. Send a cur- riculum vitae including three references and a short summary of previous research and current interests to Earl G. Mot-tell, Personnel Operations Divi- sion, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, PO. Box 5510, L-725, Dept. KCD6G902B, Livermore, CA 94550 U.S. Citizenship or permanent U.S. residence required. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Unwersity of Cahfornla b Lawrence Livermwe National Laboratory

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Cell. Vol. 57. No. 12. June 16, 1969

Postdoctoral Positions Molecular and Cellular Biology Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, is seeking applicants for two postdoctoral appointments in the Biomedical Sciences Division.

These positions are offered by an established research group applying the glycophorin A-based assay to the study human in vivo somatic mutation and represent a major new initiative to extend the research program into the areas of cellular and animal models and molecular characterization of mutational mechanisms.

*The first position involves the utilization of DNA vectors designed to target integration of human allele-specific glycophorin A DNA sequences into the genomic homologue in human or mouse erythroleukemia cell lines.

*The second position involves the development and application of methods to characterize genetic alterations at the glycophorin A locus and in glycophorin A mRNA in mutant erythroid cells arising in vitro and in vivo.

The selected candidates should have a degree in molecular biology, biochemistry, or genetics. Experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable: phage/cosmid cloning, eucaryotic expression vectors, DNA transfection, transgenic mice, in situ hybridization, DNA restriction analysis, enzymatic DNA amplification. For additional information contact Dr. William L. Bigbee at (415) 422-5682.

Appointments are for two years with possible opportunity for extension. We offer a highly competitive salary and excellent benefit package. Send a cur- riculum vitae including three references and a short summary of previous research and current interests to Earl G. Mot-tell, Personnel Operations Divi- sion, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, PO. Box 5510, L-725, Dept. KCD6G902B, Livermore, CA 94550

U.S. Citizenship or permanent U.S. residence required. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Unwersity of Cahfornla

b Lawrence Livermwe National Laboratory

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DEPARTMENT HEAD

??he Roche Institute of Molecular Biology invites applications and nominations for Head- Department of Biochemistry. This department

IS one of four in the Institute: the others are Neurosciences, Cell and Developmental Biology and Molecular Oncology and Virology. When fully staffed, this department will consist of 9 independent investigators, 25 postdoctoral fellows and a sup- port staff of approximately 15.

Applicants should have internationally recognized research programs in biochemistry and molecular biology. The major role of this individual is to carry on a vigorous and merrtorious research program. This will be fully supported by the Institute. including laboratory assistants and several postdoctoral fellows. As Department Head, the individual will also be responsible for the admrnistrative affairs of the Depart ment. The position is ideally suited for a scientist whose primary goal is to carry out innovative research in a stimulating environment with minimal administrative duties and no grant or teaching responsibilities.

Our convenient location facilitates particrpabon in New York City’s rich cultural and intellectual life. Adjunct appoint- ments at metropolitan area universities are encouraged For consrderation, please submit your curriculum vitae and bibliography, statement of research interests and names of three professional references, to: Dr. Nathan Brat, Biochemistry Search Committee, Roche Institute 01 Molecular Biology, Nutley, New Jersey tl7110. We are an equal opportunity employer

4m Roche Institute of Molecular Biology

Postdoctoral Position Regulation of HIV and Cytomegalovirus Gene Expression Research Institute of Scripps Clinic

A postdoctoral position is available immediately to

interact with a dynamic group studying cis and trans

regulatory elements associated with transcriptional

mechanism of HIV and CMV expression. Current

approaches include the expression of these viruses in

primary tissue culture (monocytes, endothelial cells)

integrated with in vitro transcription and nucleic

acid-protein interactions. Send curriculum vitae and

names of three references to:

Dr. Jay A. Nelson

Research Institute of Scripps Clinic (IMM-6)

10666 North Torrey Pines Road

La Jolla, CA 92037.

Equal Opportunity/Aftirmative Action Employer.

Postdoctoral Position Vascular Research Division Department of Pathology Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School

A postdoctoral position is available to study

structure/function relationships of the adhesive protein,

thrombospondin. Current projects include: the study of

protein and gene structure, expression of

thrombospondin in mammalian cells, the identification

of functional domains through site-directed mutagenesi

and the interaction of thrombospondin with integrins

on the endotheiial cell surface. Applicants should have

a strong background in biochemistry, molecular biology

and/or cell biology.

Send curriculum vitae, a description of research

interests and the names of three references to:

Dr. Jack Lawler

Department of Pathology

Brigham and Women‘s Hospital

Thorn Bullding, Third Floor

20 Shattuck Street

Boston, MA 02115.

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UMDNJ-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Graduate Program in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department of Biochemistry Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (formerly Rutgers Medical School)

Director: Masayori lnouye Associate Director: Richard A. Berg

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FACULTY RESEARCH INTEREST Edward Arnold

Richard A. Berg

Barbara Brodsky

Kiran Chada

Richard H. Ebright

Celine Gelinas

Adrian Goldman

Masayori lnouye

Sumiko lnouye

Daniel Klessig

John Lenard

Peter Lobe1

Paul March

Fumio Matsumura

Joachim Messing

N. Ronald Morris

Scott Powers

Danny Reinberg

Martin Rosenberg

Monica Roth

Aaron Shatkin

Tai Wai Wong

Martin L. Yarmush

Structure & function of macromolecules; x-ray studies of proteins & viruses

Regulation & genetic expression of connective tissue proteins

Protein conformation & interactions; x-ray diffraction studies of collagen

Developmental gene expression in transgenic mice

Relationship of protein structure to function; protein-nucleic acid interaction

Function of viral and cellular oncogenes in cell growth

Relating structure to function in enzymes & nucleic acid binding proteins

Control of gene expression; membrane biogenesis; protein engineering

Molecular biology of myxobacteria; gene expression & biosynthesis of msDNA

Gene expression in plant & animal cells and their viruses

Membrane structure & function

Intracellular trafficking of proteins

Molecular biology of signaling mechanisms & protein secretion

Function of microfilaments in cell transformation

Regulation of gene expression in higher plants

Biochemistry of mitosis; molecular genetics; pharmacology of microtubules

Signal transduction & growth control in yeast

Mechanisms of regulation of RNA polymerase II transcribed genes

Regulation of gene expression in human & bacterial viruses

Absorption, replication, & integration of murine retroviruses

Virus replication, regulation of eukaryotic transcription &translation

Mitochondrial DNA replication & transformation

Applied immunology, bioseparations. protein engineering & artificial organs

The Program will provide the opportunity to do research at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University, Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine. and the Waksman Institute, leading to a Ph.D.degree. An M.D./Ph.D. program is available.

Graduate Student Stipends will be $11 ,OOO/year plus tuition and benefits

Prospective students should write to: Dr. Richard A. Berg, Associate Dean, UMDluJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, 675 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854 for more information and an application form.

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Research Associate Position Experimental Therapeutic Department Roswell Park Memorial Institute

A research program is being developed to explore

relationships between drug action on cellular DNA and

cytotoxicity. The studies will emphasize development

of concepts designed to target DNA reactive antitumor

agents towards unique populations of genomic DNA.

The program will focus on characterization of

drug-induced DNA lesions on replicating genetic

elements. A strong background including two to four

years of postdoctoral experience in biochemical and

molecular pharmacology of DNA damaging agents is

highly desirable. Send curriculum vitae and three

references to:

Dr. Terry Beerman

Grace Cancer Drug Center

Roswell Park Memorial Institute

Elm and Carlton Streets

Buffalo, NY 14263.

RPM/ is an Aftitmative Action Employer.

Postdoctoral Position Department of Human Biological Chemistry and Genetics University of Texas Medical Branch

Immediate opening to study the molecular mechanism

of mouse a-fetoprotein gene expression. Previous

experience in DNA-protein interactions, footprinting

analysis, nuclear protein fractionation and in vitro

transcription are desirable. Starting salary $17,COO

for first year postdoc or can be negotiated on basis of

experience. For immediate consideration submit

curriculum vitae plus three letters of recommendation

to:

John Papaconstantinou, Ph. D.

Department of Human Biological Chemistry

and Genetics

University of Texas Medical Branch

Galveston, TX 77550.

UTMB is an Equal Opportunity M/F/H/ZIAffinnative

Action Employer. UTMB hires only individuals

authorized to work in the United States.

Staff Scientists

Oncogene Science is expandrng Its research in the application of oncogene and growth factor technology for the development of innovative research reagents. As a result, the company has several positions available in the area of protein biochemistry and immunochemistry.

It is preferred that candidates will have l-2 years’ postdoctoral experience In erther protein biochemistry or Immunochemistry.

Oncogene Science is strategically located on the North Shore of Long Island, pro- vidmg ready access to major academic mstitubons in the New York City area

Oncogene Science offers excellent com- pensation and benefit packages. Oualified candidates should send their resumes, including a list of publications and refer- ences, to: Personnel Administrator, Oncogene Science, Inc., 350 Com- munlty Drive. Mnnhnsset, NY 11030.

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Research Position

Institute for Molecular and Cellular Biology Osaka Uniuersity

Send applications to: Prof. Kenichi Matrubara Institute far Molecular and Cellular Biology Osaka University, l-3 Yamada-aka, Suita, Japan 565

Tel. (06) 877-5244 FBH. (06) 8752468

wvl 1989~8~12B~t IClosing date: August 12, 1989)

Molecular Biologist

Molecular biologist responsible for scientific leadership

of a group involved in studying lymphocyte-specific

tyrosine kinases and the molecular basis of leukemia.

Minimum requirements include a Ph. D. in molecular

biology or biochemistry with two and a half years of

postdoctoral experience in the molecular biology of

tyrosine kinase oncogenes. Also required is significant

expertise in the molecular study of genes that are

involved in leukemogenesis, as demonstrated by

research or publications. Salary range is $40,000 to

$60,000 per year for a five day forty hour work week.

Qualified applicants respond with resume only to:

J. 0. #9762

Massachusetts Department of Employment

and Training

Special Programs Department

19 Staniford Street

Boston, MA 02114.

Faculty Positions in Cellular & Molecular Physiology Department of Physiology

The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine

The Department of Physiology of The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine is seeking applications for

two full-time, tenure track positions at the Assistant/Associate Professor rank to begin in Fall or Winter 1989.

The Department presently has ten full-time, well--funded faculty who are working in the general area of cellular

and molecular physiology. We are seeking candidates with substantial postdoctoral experience in applying molecular

biology and recombinant DNA techniques to one or more of the following areas:

metabolic regulation, mechanisms of hormone action, membrane receptors, cytoskeletal-membrane trafficking, signal

transduction, ion channels, control of growth and differentiation, and regulation of expression of eukaryotic genes.

Special attention will be given to candidates who are able to relate molecular concepts and information to the cell

and tissue levels of the organisms. Significant research accomplishment and ability to obtain independent funding

are essential. Excellent opportunities exist for research collaboration, teaching in a medical school curriculum, and

participation in one or more graduate programs. Competitive salaries and start-up funding are available.

Applicants should submit, prior to September 1, 1989, curriculum vitae, reprints, statement of current and planned

research interests, and letters from at least three references to:

Dr. Leonard S. Jefferson, Chairman; Department of Physiology; College of Medicine; The Pennsylvania State;

University; P. 0. Box 850; Drawer CELL; Hershey, PA 17033.

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities encouraged to apply.

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POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS

INSERTIONAL and TARGETED MUTAGENESIS

seeking two postdoctoral researchers for the creation and analysrs of insertional

mutants /n mace by rnfectron of mouse embryos and embryonic stem cells with recombinant retroviruses, and the creation of targeted mutants by homologous recombination rn embryonic stem cells. Experience in one or more of the following is required: mouse em- bryology, molecular biology, tissue culture or In srtu hybrrdizatron

The Institute IS located rn a suburban setttng only 10 miles west of New York City. Send curriculum vitae. a description of research experience and Interests, and names/addresses/phone numbers of three references, to: Dr. Thomas Gridley, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, Roche Institute of Molecular Biology, Nutley, New Jersey Q7110. We are an equal opportunity employer

m Roche Institute of Molecular Biology

Postdoctoral Fellow /Research Assistant M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

Position available immediately for individual with a

Ph. D. in molecular biology, biochemistry or cell

biology to study a novel oncogene (PIM-1). The

project will concentrate on the role of PIM-1 in

growth, differentiation, and neoplastic transformation.

Starting salary commensurate with experience. Send a

current curriculum vitae and three letters of reference

to:

Dr. Lalitha Nagarajan

M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

1515 Holcombe Blvd.

Box 24

Houston, TX 77030.

An Equal Opportunity/At%mative Action Employer.

Postdoctoral Associate Fox Chase Cancer Center

Postdoctoral opportunity available to study gene

products of hepadnaviruses on the molecular level in

the laboratory of Dr. Mark Feitelson. Studies include

further structural characterization of these products as

well as structure-function relationships essential to

better understanding of virus replication and

persistence in chronic infection. Naturally and

experimentally infected animal models are available to

study the immunology, genetics, molecular biology and

pathology or acute and chronic hepadnavirus infections

which are important to the establishment and

maintenance of chronic@ as well as hepatocellular

carcinoma. Preference will be given to candidates with

training in molecular biology and/or immunology.

Please send curriculum vitae, interests and the names

of three references to:

Mary Ann Mlchini

Personnel Department

Fox Chase Cancer Center

7701 Burholme Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19111.

Equal Opportunity Employer.

COST One of the many reasons to

use Cell’s Classified Ads over

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Biochemist, Molecular, and Biomechanical Engineers Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is currently seeking biochemist, molecular biologist, and biomechanical

engineers at the Assistant, Associate, and full Professor levels. These are tenure track positions with secondary

appointments either in Engineering or the Departments of Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology.

Successful applicants at the junior level will be expected to pursue independent research within the Ferguson

laboratory for Orthopaedic Research in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Senior level candidates should

have a track record of original research in biochemistry and molecular biology. Preference will be given to

candidates interested in animal models of osteoarthritis and biochemical changes that occur in the cartilaginous

matrix during osteoarthritis. ft is also expected that successful candidates will participate in the Department’s

teaching program. Each candidate should have a Ph. D. degree and suitable postdoctoral experience.

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation to:

James H. Herndon, M. D.

Professor and Chairman

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Room M272 Scaife Hall

Pittsburgh, PA 15261.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action

Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Positions Available Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases University of Toronto Applications are invited for positions in a new

neuroscience centre at the University of Toronto with

emphasis on research into the etiology and mechanisms

of neurodegenerative diseases. Ph. D.‘s or M. D.‘s at the

assistant, associate or full professor level with expertise

in molecular genetics, molecular biology and gene

regulation are sought. Start up funds provided.

Successful candidates must initiate independent and

original research programs.

The Centre is centrally located in the core of the

University/Hospital complex in close proximity to more

than 150 scientists with programs in molecular and

neurobiology research. The University of Toronto

encourages both men and women to apply for positions

Enquiries and curriculum vitae should be directed to:

D. R. McLachlan, Faculty of Medicine, University of

Toronto, Room 3316, Medical Sciences Bldg., 1 King’:

College Circle, Toronto, Canada, M6S lA6.

Application deadline: August 1, 1989. In accordance

with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will

be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

Faculty Position Plant Molecular Biologist Purdue University

We are seeking an individual to develop an independeni

basic research program with emphasis on control of

gene expression and developmental processes, A Ph. C

in plant science and research experience in plant

molecular biology is required. We want to hire an

experienced scientist with a well documented research

background, interest in solving important problems in

agriculture, and demonstrated ability to attract funding

for research. Opportunities exist for formal and

informal collaborations with host pathogen interactions,

plant molecular virology, plant growth regulation,

adaptation to environmental stress, and herbicide

resistance in plants. Closing date is July 1, 1989 or

until a suitable candidate is found. Nominations of

candidates will be accepted. For more information

write:

Dr. Ronald Coolbaugh, Head, Department of Botany

and Plant Pathology, Lilly Hall of Ufe Sciences,

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907.

FAX 3 17-494-0383

An Equal Oppotfunity/Afirmative Action Employer.

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Faculty Positions Molecular Pharmacology of Cancer

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The Department of Pharmacology and the Lineberger Cancer Research Center of the University of North Carolina

at Chapel Hill are seeking to recruit one or more outstanding individuals in the area of basic research related to

cancer. Tenure track faculty positions will be available as of January 1990; rank will be commensurate with

ability and experience.

Preference will be given to individuals with demonstrated competence in applying modern techniques of molecular

biology, biochemistry or biophysics to fundamental problems in cancer pharmacology. Potential areas of interest

would include, but not be limited to the following: regulation of gene expression by oncogenes or growth factors;

molecular bases of drug resistance; mechanisms of action of anticancer drugs; molecular modeling of drug-receptor

interactions.

Successful candidates will be expected to establish well-funded independent research programs, to participate in the

graduate and professional educational activities of the Department, and to interact closely with members of the

Lineberger Cancer Research Center.

Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, a statement of research plans, and the names of three referees to:

R. L Jullano, Ph. D., Professor and Chairman, Department of Pharmacology, CB #7365-C, 1106 Fat. Lab Office

Bldg., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7365.

Women and minority candidates are encouraged to identw themselves. Candidates are urged to apply prior to

September 1, 1989. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action

Employer.

Position Available Research Associate Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology University of Minnesota A position as research associate (non tenured) is

available in the lmmunobiology Research Center.

Minimum requirements are M. D. or Ph. D. degree in

relevant basic science with three years postdoctoral

experience in R cell and/or NK cell immunology

research and a strong background in genetics.

Individual selected will participate in ongoing research

projects in the areas of T cell and NK cell activation.

Send curriculum vitae, names of three references and

a brief synopsis of research activities to:

Marlam Segall, Ph. D.

Chairperson, Search Committee

lmmunobiology Research Center

Box 724 UMHC

420 Delaware Street South East

Mpls., MN 55455.

Deadline for receipt of applications is June 30, 1989.

The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity

Educator and Employer and specifically invites and

encourages applications from women and minorities.

Postdoctoral Position Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre

A funded position is available immediately in a

research program investigating the role of lymphokines

in B-cell neoplasia and autoimmunity. Current projects

involve retroviral vectors (NAR, in press) and

transplantation of modified cells into immunodeficient

mice (PNAS 84, 2406-2410, 1987). Future studies will

include comparative analysis of transgenic mice. A

strong background in immunology is desirable. In

accordance with Canadian immigration requirements,

priority will be given to Canadian citizens and

permanent residents of Canada, although others are

encouraged to apply.

Please send curriculum vitae and names of three

references (including telephone numbers) to:

Dr. Robert G. Hawley

Department of Experimental Oncology

Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre

501 Smyth Road

Ottawa, Ontario Canada Kl H 6L6.

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Faculty Positions The Waksman Institute Rutgers, The State University of NJ Molecular and Developmental Biology Applications are invited for two tenure track faculty

positions at the Waksman Institute with joint

appointment in the Department of Molecular Biology

and Biochemistry. The rapidly expanding

research-oriented environment of Rutgers University

includes the adjacent Center for Advanced

Biotechnology and Medicine and the Robert Wood

Johnson Medical School. Successful applicants will be

expected to conduct vigorous independent research

programs, and to participate in instructional activities.

Preference will be given to candidates whose research

programs concern the developmental biology and

molecular genetics of Drosophila, yeast, or filamentous

fungi. Recently renovated laboratory space and

generous start-up funds are available. Candidate should

send biographical sketch with list of publications,

description of research interests, and names of three

references to: Dr. Joachim Messing, Director; The

Waksman institute; Rutgers, The State University of

New Jersey; P. 0. Box 759; Piscataway,

NJ 08855- 0759.

An Equal Opportunity/Aftirmative Action Employer.

Postdoctoral Fellow or Research Associate Diabetes Unit Massachusetts General Hospital

Diabetes Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital

seeks a postdoctoral fellow or research associate

with experience in molecular biology to study the

regulation of trans acting factors that mediate the

effect of insulin on gene expression. Salary is

commensurate with experience.

Send curriculum vitae with two letters of

recommendation to:

Dr. M. Alexander-Bridges

Massachusetts General Hospital

Wellman 308

50 Blossom Street

Boston, MA 02114.

Faculty Positions Bone Cell Biology

University of Texas Health Science Center

The University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, invites applications for two faculty positions at the

assistant or associate professor level to join an active bone cell biology group interested in the biosynthesis of

factors which influence mineralized tissues. Applicants with training and expertise in protein chemistry, molecular

biology or cell biology will be considered. The departments involved are the Department of Medicine and the

Department of Periodontics. Ph. D., D. D. S., or M. D. degree and postdoctoral experience are required. Facilities

available to the applicant include completely equipped core molecular structure facility for state of the art protein

microsequencing, peptide synthesis, and oligonucleotide synthesis. The candidate will be expected to collaborate

with other investigators interested in cell biology of bone and the periodontium, but also to pursue an individual

program of research. The applicant will also be expected to participate in the training of postdoctoral fellows and

graduate students. This program is supported by program grants from the NIH.

Submit curriculum vitae and brief description of research interests to:

Dr. Gregory R. Mundy

Professor and Head

Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism

University of Texas Health Science Center

7703 Floyd Curl Drive

San Antonio, TX 78284-7877.

The University of Texas Health Science Center is an Equal Opporiunity/AftPrnati~ Action Employer.

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NEW ENGLAND BIOUBS EXPANSION

New England Biolabs, Inc., a pioneer and leader in biotechnology, located twenty miles north of Boston near the ocean has begun a major expansion of its research facilities. In addition to competitive salary, NEB offers a very generous fringe benefits package and profit sharing. Attendance at meetings, publication of research results and open communication with others are encouraged. The following positions are available immediately.

Staff Scientist: Gene Cloning in Streptomyces - Ph.D. with a strong background in recombinant DNA techniques to work on projects involv- ing cloning, over-production and mutagenesis of restriction-modification systems in Streptomyces.

Postdoctoral Positions: 1. Gene Cloning

The candidate should have training in biochemistry/enzymology, molecular biology, or microbiology. Projects involve the cloning, characterization and mutagenesis of restriction- modification systems.

2, Molecular Parasitology The parasitology group at New England Biolabs, Inc. is studying the major filarial diseases. Candidate should have experience in molecular biology and/or immunology. Projects will involve the cloning and characterization of filarial antigens.

Molecular Biologist: Restriction endonuclease purification, re- quires B.S. or MS. experience in protein purification. Strong background in molecular biology with emphasis on clon- ing techniques. Experience with HPLC would be helpful.

Candidates please submit curriculum vitae with three references to:

New England Biolabs, Inc. Human Resources 32 Tozer Road Beverly, MA 01915

c

Neuroimmuno-Biomed Research Associate

Neuroimmuno-Biomed research associate wanted to

perform reverse hemolytic plaque assay for

measuring hormone secretion, localize

cellular/membrane antigens by immunohisto

chemistry, analyze antigens by applying Elisa,

SDS-Page, Western blot assay and analyze opiod

receptors by receptor analysis. Required minimum

Ph. D. in endocrinology and six months postdoctoral

training with proven research record in reverse

hemolytic plaques assay, immunochemistry, radio

immunoassay, pituitary cell culture, and immunohisto

chemistry. Annual salary is $28,800 for 40 hour lab

work in Minneapolis. Send application, resume

published records to:

Bob Tlbbetts

#9-l 04

MDJT

390 North Robert Street

St Paul, MN 55101.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Department of Cell Biology Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Research on the molecular mechanism of a virus

membrane fusion reaction, and on the endocytic

pathway which the virus uses to infect host cells.

Approaches include cDNA cloning and expression, in

vitro mutagenesis, biochemistry, and the generation of

virus mutants and monoclonal antibodies. Experience

in molecular biology, virology, or protein chemistry is

desirable. Available from summer or fall 1989. Please

send curriculum vitae and names of three references to:

Dr. Margaret Klellan

Department of Cell Biology

Albert Elnstein College of Medicine

1300 Morris Park Avenue

Bronx, NY 10461.

An Equal Opportunity Employer.

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The Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research Campaign Institute of Cancer and Developmental Biology University of Cambridge, England

This new research Institute is now under construction

in the Science area of Cambridge University. lt will

provide excellent facilities for some independent

research groups, each funded by one of the above

sponsors. We are now seeking outstanding young

scientists, (currently of postdoctoral level or above)

as leaders of independent groups. The first

appointments can be made this summer to be taken up

when the Institute opens at the end of 1990.

Appointments will be made at the Wellcome/CRC

Senior Fellowship level and will be for five years in

the first instance. Appointments will include funding

for a small group and research expenses.

For more information on the current staff

composition, aims and interests of the Institute,

please write to: J. B. Gurdon (Chairman), CRC

Molecular Embryology Unit, Department of Zoology,

Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EJ.

Telephone (0223) 323316

The University follows an Equal Opportunities Policy.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Position available immediately for individual with a Ph.D. in cell biology, molecular biology or biochemistry interested in studying nuclear structure and function. Specific areas of interest include 3-D localization of genes and identification of nuclear pre-mRNA transport pathways. Expertise in one or more of the following areas is desirable: In situ hybridization, nucleic acid and protein chemistry, electron microscopy. Send curriculum vitae, names and addresses of 3 references and reprints to:

Dr. David L. Spector Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory P.O. Box 100 Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724 U.S.A.

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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory An equal opportunity employer

Senior Retroviologist Department of Microbiology/Immunology

University of Miami School of Medicine

The University of Miami School of Medicine announces the creation of a senior faculty position for a virologist

with special research interests and strengths in the molecular biology of retroviruses. Applications are invited from

individuals with established research expertise who wish to implement and build an interdisciplinary research and

training program. The primary faculty appointment for this position, at the full professorial level, is in the

Department of Microbiology and Immunology. The appointee will assume the post of Director of the Retrovirology

Collaborative Research Group for the medical campus. The mission of the Group is to create an outstanding and

productive research program that is both independent and interactive with the many basic research programs within

the Department, with well funded projects in the AIDS program at Miami, and with research workers in the

Comprehensive Cancer Center. The appointee will also serve as program director for the wral Oncology Program

of the Comprehensive Cancer Center. In addition to the Director, the Group is envisioned to comprise two senior

and two junior scientists to be recruited. The Director will have a major role in making these appointments.

Ample, high quality, modern laboratory space has been designated for the Group and considerable financial

resources are available to ensure that a research facility of the first rank can be created. Interested individuals

with an M. D. or Ph. D. degree are invited to send a brief letter of interest, a copy of the curriculum vitae, and

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Phone #(305)547-669416655, FAX X(305)548-4623

The review of applications will continue until the position is filled. The University of Miami is an Equal

Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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Endowed Professorship in Molecular Biology Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology The University of Oklahoma HSC A senior faculty position in the Department of

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has been created at

the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

The position is a funded endowed chair, the Ed W.

Miller Chair in Molecular Biology, named after the

former President of the Presbyterian Health

Foundation. No specific field of molecular biology is

required, but candidates should have an outstanding

research program. The department has recently

undergone a major expansion and the holder of the

Chair will play a pivotal role in the continued

development of the Department. This Chair and

several others which have been created in the College

of Medicine will also play leading roles in an

interdisciplinary Center of Excellence in Molecular

Medicine. The University of Oklahoma is an Equal

Opportunity/Aft?mative Action Employer. Nominations

should be sent to: John Ft. Sokatch, Chairman;

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology;

The Univ. of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; P. 0.

Box 26901; Oklahoma City, OK 73190. L

Associate Research Scientist

Associate research scientist-conduct research on the

structure of immunoglobulin and the regulation of

immunoglobulin biosynthesis, specifically that of IgE.

Major emphasis is on developing techniques for the

selective inhibition of IgE production without

interfering with the synthesis of other antibodies.

Requirements include Ph. D. in Biology or

Biochemistry with at least three years postdoctoral

research experience in immunology, including

knowledge of a variety of techniques used for

research in immunochemistry and cellular immunology

including IgE. Salary $27,000. 40 hours/week.

Respond with resume only to:

Job Order #9618

Massachusetts Department of Employment and

Training

Special Programs Department

19 Staniford Street

Boston, MA 02114.