PLANT MOLECULAR BIOCHEMISTRY FACULTY POSITION

john markwell markwell at unlinfo.unl.edu
Fri Aug 4 07:02:03 EST 1995


Position:
Plant Molecular Geneticist/Molecular Biologist, Assistant Professor.  
This is an 80% research, 20% teaching, tenure-track, 12-month 
appointment in the Department of Biochemistry, with a generous start-up 
package available.  The Department is housed in the new G. W. Beadle 
Center, a $32-million laboratory/greenhouse complex.

Responsibilities:
Successful candidate will conduct a vigorous basic research program in 
genetics or molecular biology employing modern techniques and methods to 
solve fundamental problems in the field; will work to obtain internal 
and external research support for these activities; will publish papers 
in scientific journals reporting the results of this work; will 
participate in scientific meetings and other appropriate professional 
activities; and will collaborate with other scientists in the Nebraska 
Agricultural Research Division and elsewhere in areas of mutual 
interest.  Will be required to teach one course per year in the area of 
biochemistry or molecular biology; direct research of B.S., M.S. and 
Ph.D. students; and participate in seminars in areas of interest 
and expertise.

Qualifications:
Requires Ph.D. degree and postdoctoral experience.  The Department is 
particularly interested in applicants conducting fundamental plant 
research in areas that are pertinent but not limited to understanding 
the molecular/biochemical basis of genome organization and/or gene 
expression.

Salary/Benefits:
Salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience and 
qualifications.  UNL makes available group life, health, disability 
insurance and family coverage programs at minimal cost to the employee.  
TIAA/CREF and/or Fidelity Investment Fund are offered as retirement 
plans.  Excellent vacation and sick leave plans are in place.

Applications:
Applicants are asked to send curriculum vitae, one-page statement of 
research interests, representative reprints, and three letters of 
reference by 15 September 1995 (or until a suitable candidate is found) 
to:
	Dr. Raymond Chollet
	Department of Biochemistry
	University of Nebraska-Lincoln
	Lincoln, NE  68588-0664, USA
	Telephone: 402/472-2936
	FAX: 402/472-7842



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John Markwell			Phone: 402-472-2924
Dept. Biochemistry		FAX:   402-472-7842
University of Nebraska		Internet: markwell at unl.edu
Lincoln, NE  68588-0664



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