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Computational and Genome Biology Positions (3)

Jim Carrington carrington at cgrb.oregonstate.edu
Mon Apr 11 14:46:55 EST 2005

<x-flowed>The Computational and Genome Biology Initiative at Oregon State
University (OSU) is pleased to announce the availability of three new
faculty positions (Asst/Assoc/Full Professor).   This OSU Initiative
seeks to develop additional strength in genome-enabled, computationally
intensive areas of biology.  The focus areas of successful candidates
could be in any of a broad range of fields, including (but not limited
to) evolutionary genomics, epigenomics, computational modeling and
imaging, and systems biology.  Candidates using plant, animal,
microbial and/or theoretical models are all encouraged to apply.  The
new faculty will have options about the departments in which they will
have academic homes.  We are particularly interested in candidates with
strong research records, an interest in teaching, and a willingness to
collaborate and contribute toward community-wide resources.  The
Initiative will provide generous salary and start-up packages.

For more information about the positions and the Initiative, and to
access the secure online application system, please go to:
https://applications.cgrb.oregonstate.edu/ .

Please feel free to contact me at the addresses shown below if you have
questions or an interest in these positions.

Jim Carrington

James C. Carrington
Computational and Genome Biology Initiative Coordinator
Center for Gene Research and Biotechnology
3021 ALS Building
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331
e-mail: carrington at orst.edu
Phone: 541-737-3347   Fax: 541-737-3045
CGRB website:  http://www.cgrb.orst.edu
Carrington Lab website:  http://jcclab.science.oregonstate.edu

OSU is dedicated to increasing diversity and multiculturalism at all
levels, and will work to accomodate the needs of dual-career partners.


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