[Drosophila] Stress and aging position at Oregon State University

Jaga Giebultowicz via dros%40net.bio.net (by giebultj from science.oregonstate.edu)
Mon Dec 6 18:35:44 EST 2010


Could you, please, post job adds below to fly community?

Drosophila is a suitable model for both jobs.

 

Thanks,

 

Dr. Jadwiga (Jaga) Giebultowicz
Professor 
Oregon State University
Department of Zoology
3029 Cordley Hall
Corvallis OR 97331-2914
 



 

STRESS OR AGING BIOLOGIST Assistant Professor Oregon State University,
Department of Zoology seeks candidates for a full-time, 9-month tenure-track
Assistant Professor appointment, to begin September 2011.  We seek
applicants with postdoctoral research experience and the ability to develop
an active grant-supported research program in stress or aging biology, with
emphasis on research that applies cutting-edge systems biology and genomics
approaches to understanding the physiological responses to stress or aging.
Teaching responsibilities will include teaching in the upper level animal
physiology course series and participating in other physiology instructional
duties and graduate instruction through seminars and/or an advanced course. 

 

To review posting and apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs.  

Apply to posting #0006370.  

 

For full consideration apply by December 10, 2010. 

 

Contact Tara Bevandich at Tara.Bevandich from science.oregonstate.edu or
541-737-5336 with questions.  

 

OSU is an AA/EOE. 

 

 

 

Nutrient/Gene Interactions and Healthy Aging Assistant or Associate
Professor

 

Oregon State University, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics and The
Linus Pauling Institute invite applications for a full-time, 9-month
tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. Hire
with tenure may be considered for outstanding candidates at the Associate
Professor level. The successful candidate will be expected to establish
and/or maintain a competitive research program focused on studying the role
of diet or micronutrients in influencing cellular, genetic, and
physiological function during aging. Research on the interactive effects of
nutritional factors on genetic or epigenetic imprinting that ultimately
influence healthy aging is of particular interest. The successful candidate
is also expected to contribute to undergraduate or graduate teaching and
academic service appropriate with faculty rank.

 

To review posting and apply, go to http://oregonstate.edu/jobs. 

Apply to posting #0006383. 

For full consideration apply by December 10, 2010. 

 



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