FACULTY POSITION IN INSECT NEUROBIOLOGY

John G. Hildebrand jgh at manduca.neurobio.arizona.edu
Fri Sep 7 11:10:07 EST 2001


FACULTY POSITION IN INSECT NEUROBIOLOGY

The Arizona Research Laboratories - Division of Neurobiology, an
interdisciplinary research and teaching unit in the University of Arizona
devoted to behavioral, cellular, developmental, molecular, and systems
neurobiology using insects as experimental models, invites applications for
a tenure-track Assistant Professorship.  See Website:
http://www.neurobio.arizona.edu/arldn/

We expect to fill this position in 2002. While all areas of insect
neurobiology are open to consideration, the fields of neurophysiology,
neurochemistry, and neuropharmacology -- and particularly molecular and
genetic studies of neural function in Drosophila -- have priority in this
search.

The successful candidate will be expected to conduct independent,
externally funded, and productive research; teach undergraduate and
graduate classes; supervise research trainees; and provide service to the
Division and the University. Candidates must have a Ph.D. or equivalent
degree, postdoctoral experience demonstrating commitment to and success in
research, and teaching experience.

Review of applications will begin on 15 October 2001 and continue until the
position is filled.  Send c.v., list of publications, reprints of key
papers, and a statement of research and teaching accomplishments and future
plans, and arrange for at least 3 letters of recommendation to be sent, to:
 Dr. John G. Hildebrand, ARL Division of Neurobiology, University of
Arizona, PO Box 210077, Tucson  AZ  85721-0077, USA  (email:
jgh at neurobio.arizona.edu).

The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA employer. M/W/D/V

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