|Specific work location:|
|No. 15, Shangxiadian Road, Cangshan District, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province|
(Group leader) Wang Qin
, deputy director of the Center for Lin, professor
and doctoral tutor, Master Instructor
Minjiang scholar Professor, Fujian Province, the introduction of high-level personnel
Strait Joint Academy’s official website: https://net.fafu.edu. cn/hist/
The official website of the Center for Basic Forestry and Proteomics: https://net.fafu.edu.cn/bfpc/main.htm
the research group : This research group mainly focuses on plants (Arabidopsis, bamboo) Research object, using methods such as plant physiology, biochemistry, molecular genetics and various omics, to study the molecular mechanisms of cryptochrome (Cryptochrome) photobiochemistry and signal transduction and light response to plant growth and development process regulation. The leader of the research group, Dr. Wang Qin, is a distinguished professor of “Minjiang Scholars” in Fujian Province and a high-level introduced talent from Fujian Province. Dr. Wang Qin has long been engaged in research in the field of plant photobiology, as the first author, co-first author and corresponding author He has published many papers in Science, Molecular Plants, Nature Communications and other journals.
Due to research and development needs, it is planned to recruit 2-3 lecturers/postdoctors.
1. Recruitment requirements:
1. Physical and mental health, love scientific research; be proficient in molecular, biochemical and genetic experiments; have good English literature reading and comprehension skills; be able to independently complete relevant research topics, and have good communication and coordination skills And teamwork spirit.
2. Those who have obtained or are about to obtain a doctorate degree in biology-related majors, and those with Arabidopsis molecular genetics and biochemical research experience are preferred;
3. Those who have published or will publish SCI research papers as the main author are preferred.
2. Relevant treatment:
According to work performance and personal ability, an annual salary of 150,000 to 250,000 yuan will be provided, and they can negotiate other welfare treatments. Interested parties please send your resume to [email protected].
1. Wang, Q., Zuo, Z., Wang, X., Gu, L., Yoshizumi, T., Yang, Z., Yang, L., Liu, Q., Liu, W., Han, Y., Kim, J-II., Liu, B., Wohlschlegel, JA, Matsui, M., Oka, Y., and Lin, C.† (2016). Photoactivation and inactivation of Arabidopsis cryptochrome 2. Science 354: 343-347.
2. Wang, Q., Barshop, WD, Bian, M., Vashisht, AA, He, R., Yu, X., Liu, B., Nguyen, P. , Liu, X., Zhao, X., Wohlschlegel, JA, and Lin, C. (2015). The Blue Light-Dependent Phosphorylation of the CCE Domain Determines the Photosensitivity of Arabidopsis CRY2. Molecular Plant 8: 631–643.
3. Liu, Q.*, Wang Q.*, Deng, W.*, Wang, X., Piao, M., Cai, D., Li, Y., Barshop, WD, Yu, X., Zhou, T., Liu, B., Oka, Y., Wohlschlegel, J., Zuo, Z., and Lin, C.† (2017). Molecular basis for blue light-dependent phosphorylation of Arabidopsis cryptochrome 2. Nature Communications 8: 15234.
4. Liu, H., Su, T., He, W., Wang, Q.†, and Lin, C.† (2020) The universally conserved residues are not universally required for stable protein expression or functions of cryptochromes. Molecular Biology and Evolution 37:327-340.
5. Liu Q., Su T., He W., Ren H., Liu S., Chen Y., Gao L ., Hu X., Lu H., Cao S., Huang Y., Wang X., Wang Q.†, Lin C.. (2020). Photooligomerization determines photosensitivity and photoreactivity of plant cryptochromes. Molecular Plant 13: 398- 413.