Faculty Position in Neurobiology

Susan J. Brown sjbrown at ksu.edu
Mon Nov 26 11:55:59 EST 2001


 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
 KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY
 DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROBIOLOGY


The Division of Biology of Kansas State University invites applications
for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning in the
2002/2003 academic year.  We seek an individual who will establish a
strong, extramurally-funded research program in the general area of
developmental neurobiology, using molecular, cellular, and developmental
genetic approaches on model or non-model invertebrate or vertebrate or
stem cell systems.  This individual will contribute to Division
instruction, including an undergraduate/graduate course in Developmental
Neurobiology.  A Ph.D. or equivalent with postdoctoral training is
required.  The position will include a competitive salary and start-up
package.

The Division of Biology is a large, diverse unit of 50 faculty with a
strong record of research productivity and funding, with both
established investigators and 8 recently hired faculty in molecular,
cellular, and developmental biology (MCDB)
(http://www.ksu.edu/biology). In the past year, Division faculty members
attracted
$7.85M in extramural research support.

Kansas State University is located in the city of Manhattan, a pleasant
community of about 50,000 individuals located two hours drive from
Kansas City in the Flint Hills of North Central Kansas.  Local
recreational opportunities include a rich program in the performing
arts, a large lake/park system, and the Konza Prairie Biological Station
(http://www.ksu.edu/konza), a tallgrass prairie reserve that is the site
of much of the ecologically?oriented research activities of Division
faculty members.  For more information about the city of Manhattan, go
to http://www.ci.manhattan.ks.us/History.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, selected reprints,
summaries of research and instructional interests, and have three
letters of reference sent to:  Gary W. Conrad, Chair; Developmental
Neurobiology Search Committee; Division of Biology; Kansas State
University; 232 Ackert Hall; Manhattan, KS 66506-4901.  Review of
complete applications will begin on January 7, 2002, and continue until
the position is filled.  KSU is an equal opportunity employer, and
highly encourages diversity among its employees.


Sue Brown       sjbrown at ksu.edu
Assistant Professor
Division of Biology
Ackert Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS  66505
785-532-3935



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