Tenure-Track Assistant Professor

Keqiang Wu Keqiang.Wu at mail.wvu.edu
Wed Dec 19 16:36:25 EST 2001


Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
Computational, Forensic, or Molecular Biology

	The Department of Biology at West Virginia University invites 
applications for a tenure-track assistant professor to begin August 
16, 2002.  This opening is part of a departmental expansion 
coinciding with movement to a new Life Sciences Building in Summer 
2002.  Qualified applicants in any area of computational, forensic, 
or molecular biology will be considered.  The successful candidate 
will be expected to establish an externally funded research program 
and publish in peer reviewed journals.  Teaching responsibilities 
will include a course for students in the recently established 
Forensic Identification program (http://www.wvu.edu/~forensic/), and 
alternating undergraduate and graduate courses in the individual's 
specialty.  A Ph.D. is required.
	WVU is a comprehensive, Research Extensive university, 
including Arts & Sciences, Medical, Dental, Agricultural, 
Engineering, and Law Schools.  WVU is located in Morgantown, WV, a 
city recently selected as the Best Small City in America by 
Bizjournal.com.  Also located in Morgantown, WV are the Mary Babb 
Randolph Cancer Center, NIOSH, and Mylan Pharmaceuticals.
	To apply, please send a CV, statement of research and 
teaching interests, three representative publications, and the names 
and contact information of three references to:  Keith Garbutt, 
Search Chairperson, Department of Biology, West Virginia University, 
Morgantown, WV 26506-6057.  Inquires may be directed to Keith Garbutt 
at (304) 293-2100.  Additional information about the Biology 
Department may be found at http://www.as.wvu.edu/biology/.  Review of 
applications will begin Feb. 4, 2002.  West Virginia is an Equal 
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  Applications from women, 
minorities, and the disabled are strongly encouraged.




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