HHMI Instructor/Postdoc fellow position at UCLA

Jiong Chen jjchen at ucla.edu
Fri Dec 12 17:16:34 EST 2003


University of California, Los Angeles

Department of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology

 

 

HHMI Instructor / Postdoctoral Fellow

 

We are seeking applications for two instructor/postdoc positions, which
are fully funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professors
grant.  The successful candidates will teach research methods involving
Drosophila genetics to small classes of undergraduate students and will
also participate in postdoctoral research with help from technicians and
advanced undergraduates. Applicants should have strong interests in both
teaching and research.  The positions are ideal for those who wish to
use this innovative teaching/research experience as a springboard for
future faculty positions in primarily teaching universities or colleges.
Experience and interest in Drosophila genetics preferred.  Strong
communication skills are required.  The position is funded for
approximately three years.

 

For more information about the HHMI Professors program and the research
interests of the Banerjee lab, please visit
http://www.hhmi.org/news/professor-banerjee.html,
http://www.hhmi.org/news/091802.html, and
http://www.mcdb.ucla.edu/Research/Banerjee/ .

 

Applications, CV or referral letters (or names) should be sent to 

 

Cathy Thomas, 

Administrative Assistant to the Chair and Prof. Utpal Banerjee

UCLA, Dept. of  Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology

Los Angeles, CA 90095

cthomas at mcdb.ucla.edu

 

or 

 

Jiong Chen        Ph.D. 

UCLA  Department of Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology

621 Charles Young Drive South

Los Angeles, CA 90095

Voice:  310-267-5679

Fax:  310-206-3987

email:  jjchen at ucla.edu

 

 

Please feel free to forward this announcement to others that are
currently seeking jobs.  Thank you.  

 

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