Faculty Position in Plant Developmental Biology

John C. Walker walkerj at missouri.edu
Wed Nov 19 11:23:10 EST 2003

Dear Colleagues,

The deadline for reviewing applications for this position has been 
extended to December 15, 2003.

Assistant or Associate Professor


Division of Biological Sciences
University of Missouri-Columbia

The Division of Biological Sciences (www.biology.missouri.edu) at the 
University of Missouri-Columbia invites applications for a 
tenure-track assistant or associate professor in plant developmental 
biology.  Candidates should use state-of-the-art cellular, molecular, 
genetic, and/or systems approaches to understand mechanisms that 
regulate the development of plants.  The successful candidate will 
establish an active research program complementing departmental 
programs in developmental biology, genetics and functional 
genomics/proteomics.  MU also features strong interdisciplinary 
programs in Plant Biochemistry/Molecular Biology/Physiology 
(www.plantgroup.org), Molecular Biology, Genetics, and a new Life 
Sciences initiative (http://lifesciences.missouri.edu/).

We offer highly competitive salaries, generous start-up packages, 
modern research laboratories and support facilities, an active 
graduate program with institutional support for students and 
postdoctoral associates, and a highly interactive faculty.  Columbia, 
Missouri is an attractive, progressive city with an excellent school 
system.  We are firmly committed to fostering ethnic, racial, and 
gender diversity on our faculty and thus strongly en-courage 
applications from women and members of groups underrepresented in 

Applications should be sent by e-mail to: pltdev at missouri.edu. 
Attach to the e-mail a single PDF document that includes your vita 
and a statement of your research and teaching interests. Three 
letters of reference should be mailed to: John David, Chair, Division 
of Biological Sciences, 105 Tucker Hall, University of 
Missouri-Columbia, Columbia MO 65211-7400.  The review of 
applications will begin on December 15, 2003 and continue until the 
position is filled.

MU is an Equal Opportunity--Affirmative Action Employer.  To request 
ADA accommodations contact Robin Brueckner at 573-882-6650 or by 
e-mail at bruecknerr at missouri.edu.

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