[Arabidopsis] Lecturership at the University of Liverpool
(by Anthony.Hall from liverpool.ac.uk)
Tue Aug 21 07:31:41 EST 2007
University of Liverpool, SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
The School of Biological Sciences (rated 5 in RAE 2001) is the largest department in the University covering the full range of biological sub-disciplines within a single research and teaching organisation (www.liv.ac.uk/biosciences). The School is housed in a new Biosciences Research Building, which provides state-of-the-art laboratories, a range of core facilities for research and teaching plus a business incubator.
£33,779 - £42,791 pa
We wish to appoint individuals with excellent research and publication records, preferably in one of the following areas: Marine Biology/Ecology (e.g. fish ecology, marine plants, quantitative marine ecology, rocky shore ecology); Quantitative/Systems Biology (e.g. modelling, or the generation and/or analysis of large data sets, where a background in biology, mathematics or physics might be appropriate); Model Systems (e.g. in the study of development, neuroscience, disease or stem cell biology); Functional / comparative genomics (e.g. genome analyses, or conserved non-coding sequences).
Candidates working in any of the above areas using plants as their model system are encouraged to apply. The Plant Science Group at Liverpool has a large, modern transgenic glasshouse, a suite of new controlled environment plant growth chambers, state-of-the-art luciferase imaging and gas exchange analysis systems, as well as excellent modern laboratory facilities.
Candidates with expertise in any other area of biological sciences will also be considered provided they synergize with one or more of the existing research strengths of the School.
For application details please visit our website:
Anthony.hall from liv.ac.uk
Job Ref: A-563467
Closing Date: 7 September 2007
Dr Anthony Hall
University of Liverpool
School of Biological Sciences
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