Faculty search in computational molecular biology and genome analysis

David J. States states at ibc.wustl.edu
Fri Jun 28 07:32:44 EST 1996


Faculty Positions in Computational Molecular Biology and Genome Analysis 

The Institute for Biomedical Computing and Department of Biomedical 
Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis invite applications 
for two tenure track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor 
for scientists [Ph.D. or equivalent] engaged in novel applications of
computing to solve problems molecular biology and molecular medicine. The
Institute for Biomedical Computing (http://ibc.wustl.edu) is an 
independent faculty of Washington University with seven tenure track 
members and over 30 actively collaborating faculty from medical,
biological, mathematical, engineering, and computer science disciplines. 
Current research areas at the Institute include computational molecular 
biology, molecular design, RNA structure prediction, quantitative image 
analysis, optical sectioning microscopy, and molecular biophysics.
Biomedical Engineering is a newly established department in the School 
of Engineering and Applied Sciences. 

Successful candidates will be expected to establish an independent 
extramurally funded research program; to interact with and teach 
students at the undergraduate and graduate levels; and to participate 
in the newly created department of biomedical engineering at Washington 
University. Particular attention will be given to candidates using 
experimental data to test and validate computational techniques. To 
apply, send a curriculum vitae, list of publications, one copy of each
of three of the most significant publications, a brief statement of 
research interests, and arrange to have three letters of reference 
sent to: 

    Dr. David J. States, Director
    Institute for Biomedical Computing
    Washington University
    700 S. Euclid Ave.
    St. Louis, MO 63110

The deadline for applications is September 1, 1996. Washington 
University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities 
are encouraged to apply. 

-- 
David J. States  http://www.ibc.wustl.edu/~states  states at ibc.wustl.edu
Institute for Biomedical Computing / Washington University in St. Louis




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