[Drosophila] Re: tenture track faculty position

L. Courtney Smith via dros%40net.bio.net (by lcourtneysmith from gmail.com)
Tue Oct 28 13:23:14 EST 2008


Please post the advertisement.  Thanks.
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TENURE TRACK FACULTY POSITION in MOLECULAR BIOLOGY



The Department of Biological Sciences invites applications for a tenure
track Assistant Professor for September, 2009.  We are seeking a broadly
trained scientist interested in the *molecular biology of organismal
interactions*.  Research could include, but is not limited to, immunology,
parasitology, plant-microbe interactions or symbiosis.  Research conducted
in an evolutionary context will be preferred.  We seek a scientist who will
strengthen and expand the research and teaching within the department (see
www.gwu.edu/~biology).  The successful candidate will develop or maintain an
externally funded research program that involves graduate and undergraduate
students.  Teaching will include an undergraduate lab course in molecular
biology and second course within the candidate's area of expertise.  A
completed PhD and postdoctoral experience is required.



Review of applications will begin November 16, 2008 and will be ongoing
until the position is filled.  Application procedure: interested candidates
should submit electronically 1) a letter of application, 2) a CV, 3) a brief
description of research interests including past accomplishments and future
plans, 4) a statement of teaching plans including a description of courses
that could be taught, and 5) up to three publications.  Candidates should
arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to:



Molecular Biology Search Chair

Department of Biological Sciences

340 Lisner Hall

2023 G Street NW

The George Washington University

Washington DC 20052

e-mail: mbsearch from gwu.edu

Phone: 202 994-6090



Only complete applications will be considered.



GWU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  The search
committee seeks to attract an active, culturally and academically diverse
faculty of the highest caliber.


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-- 
L. Courtney Smith, PhD
Professor
340 Lisner Hall (mailbox)
414 Lisner Hall (office)
Department of Biological Sciences
George Washington University
2023 G St NW
Washington DC 20052
202-994-9211; office
202-994-6100; fax
www.gwu.edu/~clade/faculty/smith/


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