tenure-track position available

Mon Nov 22 23:02:38 EST 1993

Dear Chlamy net,
   This is to notify anyone who hasn't seen our ad for a
tenure-track molecular biologist at McGill.  There is a strong
 emphasis here on model systems - and Chlamy counts as a well-known
model organism.  We urge all Chlamy geneticists looking for
 a job to apply.  The official job ad runs as follows:
   The Department of Biology at McGill University invites
applications for tenure-track positions at the assistant
professor level in molecular biology.  The Department seeks
candidates whose research addresses fundamental problems
 in cell, developmental or evolutionary biology using a
genetically well-characterized fungal, plant or animal
system. (*or Chlamy...*)
 The successful applicant will join a large (40 full-time
faculty) and dynamic department with research strengths in
cellular, molecular, and developmental biology, ecology, and
neurobiology.  The Department also has excellent technical
facilities, including centres for photography, light and
electron microscopy, field stations and the McGill Phytotron.
   Applicants should hold the Ph.D. degree in biology or a
 related field, and demonstrate capacity for independent research.
Duties will include carrying out research and participating
in teaching of undergraduate- and/or graduate-level courses in
cell and molecular biology.  The position must be filled by
1 September, 1994.
  Please send CV, a statement of research interests, and
representative reprints.  Request three letters of reference.
All materials should arrive by December 15, 1993.  Send to:
                Prof. Robert L. Carroll
                Chair, Department of Biology
                McGill University
                1205 Avenue Docteur Penfield
                Montreal, Quebec, Canada
                H3A 1B1

 In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority
will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of
Canada.  McGill University is committed to equity in employment.

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