Research focuses on a Drosophila genetic model to investigate molecular mechanisms of repression which are important for the function of E2F, a critical cell cycle regulator. Particularly, we are interested in understanding of how chromatin modifying activities are used during development to contribute to E2F function and to provide long-term epigenetic marks. Newly formed Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics at UIC provides a stimulating environment for state-of-the-art research in developmental, cell, and cancer biology. Starting salary is $31,000 and depends upon experience.
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- Frolov et al. 2003 Genes & Development 17: 723-728,
- Dimova et al. 2003 Genes & Development 17: 2308-2320,
- Frolov and Dyson. 2004 Journal of Cell Science 117: 2173-2181
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