The Department of Biological Sciences, State University of
New York at Buffalo invites applications for a tenure track
position at the level of assistant professor starting in
September 1997. We seek an individual working in the area of
MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, whose research addresses ecological and
evolutionary questions using molecular genetic techniques such as
manipulating the genome and following genetic markers within
populations and species. The department has active research
groups in ecology and molecular biology (including plant
molecular biology) and we have identified molecular ecology as an
area of future growth. The successful candidate will be expected
to develop an active externally funded research program and
contribute to undergraduate and graduate courses in ecology
including a course in molecular ecology. Candidates should have a
Ph.D. and two years of post-doctoral or equivalent experience.
Applications, including a curriculum vitae, statement of research
and teaching interests, and three letters of recommendation
should be submitted to:
Dr. Howard R. Lasker
Molecular Ecology Search Committee
Department of Biological Sciences
State University of New York at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14260-1300.
Application review will begin December 15, 1996.
Information about the Department and the University can be viewed at:
The State University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer, and encourages applications from minorities, women, and
the disabled. No applicant shall be discriminated on the basis of age,
creed, color, disability, nation of origin, religion, ethnicity, sex,
sexual orientation, marital or veteran status.