Deadline is January 1, 2013. UCLA is an AA/EOE.
A major focus of the Allard laboratory is to understand how environmental exposures alter the function of the germline and therefore reproduction. To address this question, we are using the model system Caenorhabditis elegans. The genetic tools available in the nematode allow the mechanistic dissection of environmentally disrupted germline pathways as well as the comprehensive interrogation of our chemical environment for its effect on reproduction.
As primarily associated with the Institute for Society and Genetics, the fellow will be expected to take part in the Institute’s activities: attend the Institute Workshops and Colloquia; to attend the weekly fellows’ meetings and make at least one formal presentation.
The salary for each position is competitive and includes health insurance.
Eligibility: Applicants who will complete all of the Ph.D. requirements (including filing the dissertation)
by April 1st, 2013, are eligible to apply.
To apply, submit a letter of application and curriculum vitae to Dr Patrick Allard at email@example.com.
Application deadline is January 1, 2013. UCLA is an AA/EOE.