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Fwd: [gofriends] positions available: biocurator/cell biology scientist

From: Alan Ruttenberg <alanruttenberg@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 8 Sep 2007 02:39:30 -0400
Message-Id: <9F56D12A-28AA-4A46-9E49-102C394581EA@gmail.com>
To: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org

FYI.

Also, I noticed that their terms of use seem to have loosened up.  
Converting phosphosite into RDF would be a nice project.

-Alan


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> From: Peter Hornbeck <phornbeck@cellsignal.com>
> Date: September 7, 2007 6:32:26 AM EDT
> To: gofriends@genome.stanford.edu
> Subject: [gofriends] positions available: biocurator/cell biology  
> scientist
>
> Cell Signaling Technology (CST) is seeking highly motivated cell  
> biologists to curate and annotate information from the literature  
> and other sources into PhosphoSite  (http://www.phosphosite.org), a  
> public proteomics resource focusing on mammalian protein  
> modifications, especially phosphorylation. PhosphoSite  , developed  
> by scientists at CST with ongoing NIH funding, is in the process of  
> a significant expansion. Qualifications include a PhD in cell  
> biology, protein biochemistry, or related discipline; post-doctoral  
> research and a successful publication record; and experience  
> working with databases, spreadsheets, literature searches,  
> biological sequence searches and analyses, and related  
> bioinformatics technology. Successful candidates must be detail- 
> oriented, yet be able to quickly and accurately interpret  
> scientific literature; and must be able to work independently  
> within a team and possess excellent communication skills.  
> Experience with PERL, SQL and related querying tools a plus. The  
> positions are contractual for two years with the possibility of  
> conversion to full-time positions after that.
>
> Please submit an application package consisting of a letter of  
> interest containing contact information and citizenship status, a  
> curriculum vitae and a one-page statement of research interests.   
> Include the contact information for three referees. Submit the  
> application package electronically as a PDF file to  
> phornbeck@cellsignal.com.
>
>
>
>
>
> Peter Hornbeck, Ph.D.
> Senior Scientist, Director of PhosphoSiteŽ
> http://www.phosphosite.org
> Cell Signaling Technology
> 3 Trask Lane
> Danvers, MA 01923
> (978) 867-2368
> phornbeck@cellsignal.com
>
>
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