Faculty Positions in Genomics at NYU

Kenneth Birnbaum kdb4348 at nyu.edu
Tue Sep 28 10:17:18 EST 2004


<x-flowed>NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Faculty Positions
Department of Biology
Center for Comparative Functional Genomics

As part of a multi-year hiring plan, New York University's Center for
Comparative Functional Genomics in the Department of Biology invites
applications for multiple faculty positions (rank open) to begin
September 1, 2005, or as negotiated, subject to budgetary and
administrative approval.  Candidates using experimental and/or
computational methods and working at the interface of biological
mechanisms, evolution, and genomics/bioinformatics are especially
encouraged to apply.  Candidates will be expected to have or develop
active, externally funded research programs and to participate in the
department's teaching activities at both the undergraduate and graduate
levels.  The department offers an outstanding and collegial research
environment with a strong molecular genetic and developmental focus, as
well as active collaborations with other programs within the university,
including bioinformatics, computational biology, and genomic consortia
initiatives with New York institutions.  Application letter with
research statement, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference
should be sent to:  Chair of the Search Committee, Department of
Biology, New York University, 1009 Silver Center, 100 Washington Square
East, New York, N.Y. 10003.  Selection of initial candidates will begin
November 1, 2004, and proceed on a rolling basis thereafter. NYU is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Joint Faculty Position
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & Department of Biology
Center for Comparative Functional Genomics

As part of a new interdisciplinary initiative at NYU, applicants are
invited to apply for a faculty position (rank open) joint between the
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and the Department of
Biology/Center for Comparative Functional Genomics to begin September 1,
2005, or as negotiated, subject to budgetary and administrative
approval.  Candidates working at the interface of Biology (genomics,
regulatory networks, cell biology) and Scientific Computation
(bioinformatics, simulation, data analysis and cellular modeling) are
strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates will be expected to have or to
develop active, externally funded research programs, and to participate
in teaching activities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The Courant Institute is a leading center in pure and applied
mathematics and in computer science, with research strengths of
relevance to this initiative in ordinary and partial differential
equations, numerical analysis, machine learning, computational biology,
and probability theory. Appointments within the Courant  Institute can
be made in either Computer Science or Mathematics. The Biology
Department is undergoing rapid growth in Genomics Faculty and with its
Center for Functional Comparative Genomics offers an outstanding and
dynamic research environment with a strong emphasis on the integration
of genomics, developmental genetics and evolution.  An application
letter with research statement, curriculum vitae, and three letters of
reference should be sent to: Chair of the Search Committee, Dr. Leslie
Greengard, Courant Institute, New York University, 251 Mercer Street,
NY, NY 10012.  Selection of initial candidates will begin December 1,
2004, and proceed on a rolling basis thereafter.  NYU is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.


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