Three Postdoc Announcements

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The following position announcements are in this message:

1. Postdoc positions--University of Kentucky 2. Postdoctoral Fellowship--New Mexico Highlands University 3. 2-3 Positions-Genetic Reprogramming--Ag Biotech Ctr, Hungary


Postdoctoral Positions
University of Kentucky

NIH funded postdoctoral positions available immediately to study the endothelin system in the reproductive tissues. Studies include (1) determination of cell-specific role of endothelins in the ovary using genomic and transgenic approaches, and
(2) intracellular signaling mechanism of endothelin system. Applicants should have a Ph.D. or M.D. and expertise in molecular and cell biology, or reproductive biology or related areas. Prior experience with mammalian cell culture, strong molecular and cell biology is highly desirable.

Salary commensurate with experience and includes full health benefits. Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae, a letter outlining research experience, and names of three references to: Chemyong Jay Ko, Ph.D., Department of Clinical Sciences, University of Kentucky. Tel: 859-323-1100 x 80846. E-mail:
Application review begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

See the following references:
1. Endothelin-2 induces oviductal contraction via endothelin receptor subtype A in rats. J Endocrinol. 2007 Jun;193(3):383-91.
2. Endothelin-2 in ovarian follicle rupture. Endocrinology. 2006 Apr;147(4):1770-9.


Postdoctoral Fellowship
Regulation of Spermatogenesis
New Mexico Highlands University

A Postdoctoral position is available immediately as part of a multi-year NIH program at New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas NM. The selected candidate will be involved in studies characterizing genetic mouse models with defects in spermatogenesis. A a biological sciences with experience in modern molecular biological techniques, protein and nucleic acid purification, and cell culture is desired.

Send curriculum vitae or resume, a list of relevant courses and training, a letter of interest, and the names and contact information of three references to Dr. Carol C. Linder, New Mexico Highlands University; Box 9000; Las Vegas NM 87701; tel: 505 454-3267; email: For disabled access or services, call (505) 454-3311 or TDD# (505) 454-3003. EOE.


Genetic Reprogramming
Agricultural Biotechnology Center
Godollo, Hungary

Job opening in nuclear transfer and stem cell research. Join an EU Excellence Team!

International team working in the field of somatic cell nuclear transfer and embryonic stem cell research to generate medical animal models (mouse and rabbit) is seeking highly motivated MS, PhD student, post-doctoral or senior researchers with at least two years of experience in the following fields: 1) cell culture (experience with embryonic stem cells is a +), 2) micromanipulation (experience with NT is a +), 3) molecular biology (bioinformatics, siRNA, methylation experiences are +s).

The 2-3 selected candidates will join a team of 20 researchers, working in a state-of-the-art laboratory in Hungary. The lab is in one of the most dynamically developing region of Europe, in the vicinity of the capital city, Budapest. The working language of the lab is English. Starting early 2008 the positions are initially available for up to 3 years, financed by EU FP6 and FP7 grants. Competitive salaries and benefit packages are offered in a free-thinking, open, academic environment. Women are encouraged to apply, family friendly work arrangements are available. Please, send CV and motivation letter to

Andras Dinnyes D.V.M., Ph.D., D.Sc.
Professor, Wellcome Trust ISRF
Team Leader for Genetic Reprogramming
Agricultural Biotechnology Center
Szent Gyorgyi A. Str. 4, Godollo, H-2101, HUNGARY
Tel.: +36-20-510 9632, Fax: +36-28-526 151, Email:



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