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April 2009 PASPCR Newletter published

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009
PACPCR Newsletter April 2009 Vol. 17, N. 1

PACPCR Newsletter April 2009 Vol. 17, N. 1

The April 2009 PASPCR Newsletter (Volume 17, Number 1) has been just released, and published at the PASPCR web site. These are the contents of this issue: PASPCR Officers, Calendar of Events, Corporate Sponsors, PASPCR President’s Corner, Elections Results, Letter From IFPCS President, 15th Annual PASPCR Meeting – Update, Let me Introduce…: IFPCS Web Site Webmaster, Dr. Lluis Montoliu, Members in the News, Newsletter Questionnaire: Survey Results, Positions Wanted/Available, 2009 PASPCR Membership List.

Regarding IFPCS matters, this issue of the PASPCR Newsletter includes a letter from the IFPCS President to PASPCR Members and a description of the IFPCS web site. It also contains updated information of the forthcoming 2009 PASPCR annual meeting, to be held in Memphis, on September 4-7, 2009.

The Publication Committee responsible for the PASPCR Newsletter is composed of: Gertrude-Emilia Costin (Editor), Prashiela Manga (Ass. Editor), William S. Oetting and Andrzej T. Slominski.


Sunday, February 15th, 2009


The IFPCS Forum has been created within the members-only section of the IFPCS web site. There, all IFPCS Members are most welcome to contribute with their posts and replies to any topic related to Pigment Cell Research, our Society and its activities (Pigment Cell Societies’ annual meetings, International Pigment Cell Conferences, etc…).  If you are a member of IFPCS, please visit the IFPCS Forum and give it a try.

Postdoctoral Position in Andrzej Slominski’s lab

Friday, July 25th, 2008
Andrzej Slominskis Laboratory

Andrzej Slominski's Laboratory

Postdoctoral Position available: Starting November 1, 2008, Dr. Andrzej Slominski has an opening for a postdoctoral fellow with an experience or interest in molecular biology  and/or  biochemistry. The Research project is sponsored by NIH and focuses on the novel steroidogenic/secosteroidogenic (vitamin D3-like compounds) pathway with functional implications in the skin and cancer (see recent papers: FEBS J 275, 2585-2596, 2008J Invest Dermatol (27 Mar 2008), doi:10.1038/jid.2008.62; Drug Discov Today: Dis Mech (2008), doi:10.1016/j.ddmec.2008.04.004).

Previous experience in molecular biology or biochemistry is an asset. For more details about the laboratory environment visit Andrzej Slominski’s laboratory WEB page. The application that include  CV and cover letter should be addressed to Dr. Andrzej Slominski.

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