Faculty Positions Proteomics-Genomics

Albrecht Von Arnim vonarnim at utk.edu
Sun Feb 16 17:18:11 EST 2003


Greetings! Appended below is an advertisement for two faculty positions in
'Genomics/Proteomics' at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Applications from plant biologists are encouraged as long as they fit the
(broad) criteria spelled out in the ad. Note: Applications are reviewed on
a continuing basis. Best regards, - Albrecht von Arnim

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Text of advertisement:

TWO FACULTY POSITIONS IN GENOMICS/PROTEOMICS:  The Program in Genome
Science and Technology and the Division of Biology at the University of
Tennessee are currently seeking two tenure track faculty members in the
area of genomics and proteomics.  Candidates should be using modern
applications of genomics and proteomics to solve current problems in
biology and will be expected to develop a strong extramurally funded and a
nationally recognized research program.  Experience with bioinformatics
approaches to data analysis is desirable.  Successful candidates will enjoy
considerable opportunities for local interactions with cell biologists,
geneticists, microbiologists, computational biologists and structural
biologists elsewhere on campus and at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
The University of Tennessee is the major state institution for training and
education of undergraduate and graduate students, and the individuals
filling these positions will participate in teaching in both undergraduate
and graduate programs in the department and division. Distinguished young
investigators with expertise in the areas outlined below are especially
encouraged to apply.

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Microbial Genomics: The Microbiology
Department at the University of Tennessee seeks to fill a tenure-track
position in microbial genomics to begin August 2003.  Applications from
individuals with research emphases in microbial pathogenomics/host-pathogen
interactions, evolutionary and ecological genomics, comparative microbial
genomics, genomics of agriculturally important microbes, microbial
eukaryotes, and/or DNA microarray would be welcome, but applications from
outstanding individuals in all areas of microbial genomics will be
considered.  For further information about the Microbiology Department, go
to (http://web.bio.utk.edu/micro/).

ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, Eukaryotic Genomics/Proteomics: The
Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology (BCMB) Department at the
University of Tennessee seeks to fill a tenure-track position in the area
of eukaryotic genomics/proteomics to begin August 2003.  Applications from
individuals with research emphases in cancer biology, cell signaling,
structural biology, drug design, cell division/cell cycle, neurobiology,
and nucleic acid/chromosome dynamics would be especially welcome to
complement existing strengths within the BCMB Department, but applications
from outstanding individuals in all areas will be considered.  For further
information about the BCMB Department, go to
(http://web.bio.utk.edu/bcmb/).

Required qualifications for both positions include a Ph.D. and relevant
postdoctoral experience, evidence of significant scientific productivity,
and a commitment to an integrated program of teaching and research.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and a description of the
proposed research program.  Applicants should also arrange for three
letters of reference to be sent to the following address. All application
materials should be sent to:  Cynthia Peterson, Chair of the
Genomics/Proteomics Search Committee, Microbiology Department, M409 WLS,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN  37996-0840.  Review of applications
will begin upon receipt and will continue until the positions are filled.

The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA
institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and
services.

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Albrecht von Arnim
Associate Professor
Dept. of Botany
Hesler Room 437
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-1100
USA

vonarnim at utk.edu
Phone: (865) 974-6206
Fax:   (865) 974-0978
http://fp.bio.utk.edu/vonarnim/default.html
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