martin.ligr at _delete_this_po.uni-stuttgart.de
Tue Nov 23 20:31:26 EST 1999
Please don't reply to my email address, but rather to:
lmalek at gale.lakeheadu.ca or to the address specified below.
The interdisciplinary Applied Bio-Molecular Science Program and the
Department of Biology at Lakehead University invite applications for a
tenure track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor commencing
January 1, 2000 or later. The successful candidate will augment the
developing strength in molecular biology; have related interests in one
or more of the following: immunology, virology, molecular genetics, or
toxicology; and will be expected to attract external funding to support
a vigorous research program. The successful candidate will participate
in the graduate and undergraduate programs, teaching courses in
microbiology and their area of specialisation. A Ph.D with postdoctoral
experience is required.
Lakehead University (http://www.lakeheadu.ca) serves a large area of NW
Ontario. Thunder Bay is a regional center with access to outdoor
recreational opportunities and national cultural events. The Applied
Bio-molecular Science Program integrates research and teaching
activities in Biology, Anthropology, Chemistry, and the Cancer Research
Laboratory (www.nworcc.on.ca). Modern instrumentation for DNA sequencing
and synthesis is available through the Ancient DNA facility
(Anthropology). Instrumental analysis is available through the Centre
for Analytical Services (NMR, ICP, HPLC, SEM, etc.).
Interested applicants should send a curriculum vitae, statements of
teaching and research interests, recent reprints and the names and
addresses of three referees to: Dr. James Gellert, Dean, Faculty of Arts
and Science, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada, P7B 5E1.
Application review will begin on December 15, 1999. This position is
subject to final budgetary approval. In accordance with Canadian
Immigration regulations, this advertisement is directed to Canadian
citizens and permanent residents. Lakehead University is committed to
employment equity and encourages applications from women, members of
visible minorities, aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.
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