developmental biology position
Maureen C. Whalen
whalen at SFSU.EDU
Sat Nov 11 21:28:45 EST 1995
> The Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, is
> searching for a Developmental Biologist with research interests in gene
> expression associated with cell differentiation, pattern formation, or
> signal transduction, using an animal or plant system. The candidate is
> expected to establish an active research program, direct masters-level
> research students, seek extramural funding, and participate in the
> undergraduate and graduate curriculum. Teaching responsibilities will
> primarily include upper division and graduate courses in developmental
> biology. San Francisco State University is a comprehensive university
> whose faculty maintain strong commitment to teaching as well as to
> conducting and directing research.
> The position is for an Assistant or Associate Professor. A Ph.D.
> is required and postdoctoral experience is desirable.
> The Department consists of 35 faculty with diverse research
> programs in Cell and Molecular Biology and Microbiology, and Organismal and
> Population Biology. Faculty research is supported by departmental core
> facilities that house state-of-the art equipment including an automated
> sequencer and robotics. These facilities are staffed by full-time research
> associates and will be available for use by the successful applicant.
> Questions regarding the position may be addressed to Michael
> Goldman, Chair, Developmental Biologist Search Committee: telephone
> number, 415-338-7671; e-mail, goldman at sfsu.edu, or at the address below.
> Applicants should forward a curriculum vitae, statements of
> teaching interests and research interests, and three letters of reference
> by 15 December, 1995, to : Chair, Hiring Committee, Department of Biology,
> San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA 94132. Women, ethnic
> minorities, and persons with disabilities are urged to apply. SFSU is an
> Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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