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Positions in Molecular Genetics at Pasteur Institute

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Originally From: mol_gen <mol_gen@hol.gr>

Positions in the Molecular Genetics Laboratory of the Hellenic Pasteur Institute

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral scientist to investigate molecular and cellular interactions that contribute to inflammatory disease pathogenesis, with emphasis on cytokine immunology and transgenic and gene-targeted model development. Solid previous experience in at least two of the above fields is required.

One post-graduate position is available to carry out gene discovery in transgenic and gene-targeted models of inflammation. The successful candidate should have a degree in biology or related discipline and a sound base in molecular biology and excellent working knowledge on computers. He/she will be responsible in using gene arrays and search engines.

Contact Information:
George Kollias, Ph.D.,
Tel: 301 64 55 071,
Fax: 301 64 56 547,
e-mail: giorgos_kollias@hol.gr,
http://www.pasteur.gr/molgen.htm


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