Fwd: Biology of marine coastal species: job ad
geoffrey.read at actrix.gen.nz
Sat Aug 30 00:05:31 EST 1997
[This might be of interest to someone. Please reply to M. Hadfield.
DO _NOT_ REPLY TO ME - GBR]
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Reply-To: "Dr Michael Hadfield (by way of george roderick)"
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From: "Dr Michael Hadfield (by way of george roderick)"
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Subject: biology of marine coastal species: job ad
ASSISTANT RESEARCHER, TENURE TRACK
KEWALO MARINE LABORATORY
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
The University of Hawaii invites applications for an 11-month tenure-track,
salaried Assistant Researcher to join the faculty at the Kewalo Marine
Laboratory, Pacific Biomedical Research Center. The position is subject to
clearance and availability of funds. We seek individuals with research
interests in the biology of marine coastal species, including, but not
limited to, molecular and biochemical mechanisms of (1) response to
environmental stress, (2)
microbial interactions, or (3) processes of invasion and extinction.
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in the biological sciences, at least two years
postdoctoral experience, a solid publication record and demonstrated
potential to obtain extramural funding. Responsibilities include
maintaining an active, funded research program, training biologists at the
graduate and postdoctoral levels, and participating in the development of
the mission of the Kewalo Marine Laboratory. Applicants should submit a
letter describing research interests and experience, a current CV, copies
of three publications, and names,
addresses, e-mail and telephone numbers of four references to: Dr. F. C.
Greenwood, Director, Pacific Biomedical Research Center, University of
Hawaii, Honolulu, HI 96822. Deadline for applications is October 31,
1997. Consideration of applications will begin on November 1, 1997 and
will continue until the position is filled. The University of Hawaii is an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
[please direct questions to Dr Michael Hadfield <hadfield at hawaii.edu> ]
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