Faculty positions in cell signaling

Ramesh Raina raraina at syr.edu
Fri Aug 15 17:01:04 EST 2003


FACULTY POSITIONS IN CELL SIGNALING/CELL REGULATION

Syracuse University
Departments of Biology, Chemistry, & Physics

Joint Hiring Initiative for Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Cell
Signaling/Cell Regulation

The Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Physics at Syracuse University
invite applications for four tenure-track positions to be filled by July
2004.  These positions are open at all levels from Assistant Professor to
Professor. We seek individuals who will establish strong, competitive
research programs in areas relevant to some aspects of cell signaling/cell
regulation as appropriate to each of the participating departments. In
addition, successful candidates will be expected to establish strong
teaching programs at the undergraduate and graduate level. Ample
opportunities for research collaboration exist at Syracuse University and at
our neighboring institution, the State University of New York-Upstate
Medical University, whose labs are just two blocks from Syracuse University.

The three participating Departments are in the early stages of significant
hiring.  Nine new faculty were hired in the past three years, and we expect
to hire 26-28 new faculty members by 2009.  More detailed information about
the specific positions available in each department as well as faculty
research programs may be found using the following website.

http://cell-signaling.syr.edu

Applicants should forward a curriculum vitae, a description of past research
accomplishments, a clearly focused description of his/her proposed future
research goals, and a statement of teaching interests, either by mail or as
an attachment to an e-mail.  We also request that the applicant arrange to
have at least three letters of reference sent.  Please include the name,
address, phone number and e-mail addresses of your references in your letter
of application.  The positions will be open until filled; review of
applications will begin September 15, 2003.

Applications and reference letters should be submitted to:

Chair, Faculty Search Committee
Department of Biology or Chemistry or Physics
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244

e-mail addresses:
Biology: biosearch at cas.syr.edu
Chemistry: chemchair at cas.syr.edu
Physics: chair at physics.syr.edu

Syracuse University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with
a strong commitment to equality of opportunity and a diverse workforce.

This advertisement is scheduled to appear in Science of August 25.

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Dr. Ramesh Raina
Associate Professor
Biology Department
612 Biological Research Labs
130 College Place
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244  USA
Tel:  315-443-4546 (Office)
Tel:  315-443-4750 (Lab)
Fax: 315-443-2012
http://biology.syr.edu/raina/index.html





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