Post-doc positions - imaging protein translation in vivo (UPenn)

The Lamitina, Goldman and Cooperman labs in the Departments of Physiology
and Chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania are seeking a postdoctoral fellow(s) to explore
new microscopy-based approaches for single molecule imaging of protein
translation in vivo. A background in C. elegans genetics, molecular
biology, and/or protein biosynthesis is required. Experience with
single molecule imaging and TIRF microscopy is strongly preferred. At
Penn, the successful candidate will work across disciplines to apply
state-of-the-art imaging techniques to probe the spatial and temporal
biology of protein translation in a living system. Please send a CV and
the names of 3 references to Todd Lamitina (