[Arabidopsis] University of Nebraska Molecular Fungal-Plant Interactions position

Julie M. Stone via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by jstone2 from unlnotes.unl.edu)
Fri Feb 15 11:19:59 EST 2008



A tenure-track Assistant Professor position with a focus on Molecular
Fungal-Plant Interactions is available in Plant Pathology.  Please bring
this to the attention of suitable candidates.
Thanks,
Julie

The Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
invites applications for a 9-month tenure-track faculty position at the
Assistant Professor level.  This position is 80% research and 20% teaching.
We are seeking candidates interested in research that is focused on
elucidating fungal/oomycete-plant interactions using molecular
genetics/genomic approaches or other cutting-edge technologies.  The
successful candidate is expected to have a strong commitment to
undergraduate and graduate education and the ability to teach courses
within a broad microbiology curriculum, including mycology.  Candidates
must have a demonstrated research record consisting of publications in high
profile journals and the ability to attract external grant funds.  A Ph.D.
in plant pathology, microbiology, or other relevant areas of biological
sciences is required.  To apply, go to http://employment.unl.edu and
complete the faculty/administrative form (Requisition #080055) and attach a
letter of application, curriculum vitae, a 2-3 page description of research
interests, and a brief statement of teaching philosophy.  In addition,
arrange to have 3 letters of recommendation sent to:  Search Committee
Chair, Department of Plant Pathology, Rm. 406 Plant Science Hall,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE  68583-0722.  Review of
applications will commence on 4-15-08 and will continue until the position
is filled or the search is closed.  UNL is committed to a pluralistic
campus community through affirmative action and equal opportunity and is
responsive to the needs of dual career couples.  We assure reasonable
accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act; contact Dr. James
Steadman at 402-472-2858 or jsteadman1 from unl.edu for assistance.


Julie M. Stone, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry & Plant Science Initiative
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
N230 Beadle Center
1901 Vine Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0660
office 402 472 4902
lab 402 472 3028
fax 402 472 3139
email: jstone2 from unl.edu


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