Post doc a Nottingham UK per studiare come le piante rispondono ai bassi livelli di ossigeno

  • 30 Nov 2018

Closing date 2 January

A Postdoctoral Research Fellow is required to undertake research as part of a Leverhulme Trust-funded grant: “Why did a unique oxygen-sensing mechanism evolve in land plants?” The successful applicant will use genetical, biochemical and physiological approaches in combination with 3D, non-destructive microCT (X-ray) to understand the evolution of oxygen sensing in land plants and its physiological consequences. This exciting project builds directly on our previous work identifying and characterising the molecular mechanism of oxygen-sensing in plants though the N-end rule pathway of targeted proteolysis (eg. Gibbs et al Nature 2011, Abbas et al Current Biology 2015).

Applicants must have, or expect to soon obtain, a PhD in a relevant area of biology, with an interest in working as part of a team.
This is a full time, fixed term post until 31 December 2021. Job share arrangements may be considered.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Michael Holdsworth tel: 0115 9516046 Or email michael.holdsworth@nottingham.ac.uk. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.
The University of Nottingham is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

More details here:
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/SCI421818