U. of Oregon faculty position

meeksw at MOREL.UOREGON.EDU meeksw at MOREL.UOREGON.EDU
Wed Nov 13 14:35:19 EST 1996


The Department of Biology at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, is
seeking an outstanding individual to join the faculty in either the
Institute of Molecular Biology or the Institute of Neuroscience.  This
position was advertised in the October 18th and 25th issues of Science, and
is open to all ranks (Assistant, Associate or Full Professor).

We are recruiting in the area of Developmental Biology, and will consider
applications from persons working with any experimental system, however I
would like to especially encourage applications from plant biologists.

The Department of Biology and the Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, and
Ecology and Evolution research groups represent a diverse array of research
interests that relate to the open position.  These included prokaryotic and
eukaryotic biologists working with genetic, molecular, cellular, and
structural approaches to understand fundamental problems in biology.  The
University of Oregon has approximately 13,000 undergraduate students and
3,000 graduate students, with graduate students in the biological sciences
being admitted through the Biology Department, and the Chemistry and
Physics Departments.

I would greatly appreciate it if you would bring the following ad to the
attention of interested individuals who have demonstrated outstanding
potential for excellence in research and teaching.  If you have any
questions regarding this position please contact Ry Meeks-Wagner at
541-346-5160, or by email.

Thanks,

Ry


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Faculty Position - Open Rank
Department of Biology
Institute of Molecular Biology
University of Oregon


        The Department of Biology at the University of Oregon invites
applicants at the junior or senior level for a tenure-track faculty
position with affiliation with the Institute of Molecular Biology or the
Institute of Neuroscience. We are particularly interested in candidates who
are using genetic and/or molecular approaches to investigate fundamental
issues in developmental biology. The successful applicant will have
demonstrated the potential for excellence in both teaching and research.
Applicants should submit, by December 1, 1996, a curriculum vitae, a
bibliography, a statement of research interests and plans, and have four
letters of recommendation sent to:  Molecular Biology Search Committee,
Department of Biology, 1210 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-1210.
The University of Oregon is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
employer committed to compliance with ADA and cultural diversity.  We
encourage women and minorities to apply.





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