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[Arabidopsis] Tenure Track Plant Biology Faculty Position at Washington University in St. Louis

Kunkel Barbara via arab-gen%40net.bio.net (by kunkel from biology.wustl.edu)
Fri Oct 1 12:19:05 EST 2010


Assistant Professor in Plant Biology
Washington University in St. Louis

 The Department of Biology at Washington University is seeking a colleague
working in the area of Plant Biology to fill a tenure-track faculty position
at the Assistant Professor level. We are interested in candidates who employ
innovative approaches to conduct research in areas such as plant
development, cell biology, biochemistry or epigenetics. Applicants should
have a Ph.D. degree, significant research accomplishments, and a dedication
to excellence in graduate and undergraduate education. Extensive
opportunities for interdisciplinary interaction and collaboration are
available within the plant biology community
(http://wubio.wustl.edu/plant_biology), which includes the Donald Danforth
Plant Sciences Center (http://www.ddpsc.org/), and in the broader life
science community at Washington University (http://dbbs.wustl.edu/) and
other St. Louis institutions, including the Missouri Botanical Garden.
 
Review of applications will begin November 1, 2010.  Applications will be
accepted until the position is filled.  Please submit a cover letter,
curriculum vita, brief statements of research and teaching interests,
reprints of up to three papers, and the names and affiliations of three
persons who have been asked to send letters of recommendation.  We prefer
electronic submissions, which can be submitted to the following e-mail
address: 
Plant.search from biology2.wustl.edu
 
If necessary, hard copy applications can be mailed to the following address:
 
Plant Science Search Committee
Department of Biology
Washington University
Campus Box 1137
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
 
The Biology Department is also searching for faculty colleagues in ecology
at the assistant professor level and for an endowed professorship in
environmental biology at the senior level. For further information on the
Department of Biology and these other searches, see www.wubio.wustl.edu.
 
Washington University is committed to excellence through diversity, and we
particularly encourage applications from persons from underrepresented
groups.  Washington University is an Affirmative Action Employer.





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