PLEASE USE THIS ONE: Plant cell biology position at UCR/CEPCEB

Jocelyn Brimo jocelyn.brimo at ucr.edu
Tue Jun 10 17:24:20 EST 2003



>Dear Arabidopsis Research Community,
>

>THE CENTER FOR PLANT CELL BIOLOGY
>  IN THE UCR GENOMICS INSTITUTE
>

A Center for Plant Cell Biology has been established in the Genomics 
Institute at the University of California at Riverside.  Recruitment 
of the following position is part of this Center, and continued 
growth in this area is expected with additional faculty positions to 
follow.  The Director of the UCR Genomics Institute is Dr. Michael T. 
Clegg and the Director of the Center for Plant Cell Biology is Dr. 
Natasha Raikhel. 

>
>
>Faculty Position in the Center for Plant Cell Biology
>
>The Department of Botany and Plant Sciences invites applications for 
>an ASSISTANT or an ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR in plant cell biology.  The 
>candidate will join the Center for Plant Cell Biology (CEPCEB) and 
>an active and collegial department with broad interests in plant 
>biology.  Individuals should work at the forefront of contemporary 
>plant cell biology and utilize a multidisciplinary approach in an 
>area such as, but not limited to, cell cycle regulation, cell wall 
>and/or cytoskeleton dynamics and function, programmed cell death, 
>protein targeting, or signal transduction.  The successful candidate 
>will be expected to establish and maintain a vigorous, innovative 
>research program, have a strong commitment to excellence in teaching 
>at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and participate in 
>departmental and interdepartmental graduate programs.  The position 
>includes an appointment in the Agricultural Experimental Station and 
>will be available January 1, 2004.  Applicants must hold a PhD, and 
>postdoctoral experience is essential for candidates at the assistant 
>level.  CEPCEB is part of the Institute of Genomics with excellent 
>state-of-the-art facilities and technical support. 
>
>Review of applications will begin September 1, 2003 and continue 
>until the positions are filled.  Interested individuals should: (1) 
>submit a curriculum vitae, (2) provide a statement of research 
>interests, and (3) have letters from three references sent 
>(assistant level) or provide names and addresses of three references 
>(associate level) to:  Dr. Eugene Nothnagel, Chair, Department of 
>Botany and Plant Sciences-072, University of California, Riverside, 
>CA 92521-0124.  For additional information about CEPCEB, the 
>Department and campus visit:  www.cnas.ucr.edu.
>
>The University of California is an Affirmative Action/Equal 
>Opportunity Employer.
>
>Natasha Raikhel
>Editor-in-Chief of Plant Physiology
>Department of Botany and Plant Sciences
>and The Center for Plant Cell Biology
>2109 Batchelor Hall
>University of California
>Riverside, California  92521
>
>Phone 909-787-6370	Fax 909-787-4437
>Email <mailto:nraikhel at citrus.ucr.edu>natasha.raikhel at ucr.edu
>www.cepceb.ucr.edu





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