Faculty Position Open-University of Washington, Seattle

KEIKO TORII ktorii at u.washington.edu
Thu Sep 2 16:57:56 EST 2004

Dear all:

We have a tenure-track faculty position open for plant functional 
biology.  We seek biologists who study cellular, developmental, 
biochemical, and/or physiological mechanism of plant function.  We 
highly encourage application of scientists using the model system(s). 
Existing faculty members in the related field include: Dr. Luca Comai 
(Plant Genetics/Polyploidy/TILLING), Dr. Liz van Volkenburgh (Leaf 
Growth/Electrophysiology), Dr. Dina Mandoli (Acetabularia 
Morphogenesis), and myself (Keiko Torii; Receptor-kinase 
signaling/Plant organ growth). Please spread word to your colleagues. 


Faculty Positions
University of Washington

The Department of Biology seeks applications for two tenure-track 
faculty positions at the Assistant Professor rank. In exceptional 
circumstances, appointment at the Associate Professor or Professor 
level may be considered for candidates who have demonstrated a 
commitment to mentoring underrepresented students in the sciences. 
Successful candidates should have completed at least one year of 
postdoctoral experience and will be expected to contribute to 
undergraduate and graduate teaching and to maintain an innovative and 
externally-funded research program.  Send curriculum vitae, a 
description of research and teaching interests, reprints of three 
recent publications, and three letters of reference to the 
appropriate address below.

We seek applicants whose ecological research involves organisms in 
natural environments and includes a significant field component. 
Send application to:  Field Ecology Search Committee, Department of 
Biology, Box 351800, University of Washington, Seattle, WA  98195.

We seek applicants investigating biochemical, cellular, 
developmental, or physiological mechanisms of plant function. Send 
application to:  Plant Biology Search Committee, Department of 
Biology, Box 351800 University of Washington, Seattle, WA  98195.

Priority will be given to applications received before October 22, 
2004. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse 
faculty and strongly encourages applications from women and minority 
candidates. The University of Washington is an Equal 
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

Keiko U. Torii, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Hitchcock Hall 544		Phone: (206)221-5701
Department of Biology		Fax:   (206)685-1728
University of Washington	e-mail:ktorii at u.washington.edu
Box. 355325
Seattle, WA 98195-5325



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