Faculty Position, Maize Functional Genomics

Ed Coe CoeE at missouri.edu
Mon Jul 19 08:59:34 EST 1999


Faculty Position, Maize Functional Genomics

University of Missouri-Columbia

The successful candidate is expected to conduct a vigorous,
extramurally funded research program applying genomics to
understanding how gene sequences, combinations, and
expression patterns relate to development, variation, and
phenotypes in maize.  Excellence in teaching at the graduate
and undergraduate levels is required.  The successful
candidate will participate in the vibrant Maize Biology
Research Group, which is part of the rapidly expanding plant
genomic initiative at the University of Missouri.  The
position is provided with a generous start-up package and
will be located in a newly renovated laboratory designed
specifically for genome analysis.  Appointment at assistant
(tenure track)/associate/full professor levels will be
considered.  College/departmental affiliation will be based
on the program and preferences of the successful candidate.
Target date is Oct 15, 1999.  Interested candidates should
send a letter including both research and teaching
philosophy, curriculum vitae and contact information of
three references to:
      Dr. Joe Polacco, Chair of Maize Functional Genomics
search, 117 Schweitzer Hall, University of Missouri,
Columbia, MO 65211.

MU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA Institution



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