Associate or Full Professor, Integrative Life Sciences, University of Oklahoma

Scott Russell srussell at ou.edu
Tue Oct 26 15:23:45 EST 2004


Associate or Full Professor, Integrative Life Sciences, University of
Oklahoma, Norman, OK 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: A new frontier in Life Sciences awaits
collaborative teams of chemists, biologists, mathematicians, and
engineers who use advanced research tools to sample cellular processes
globally. The University of Oklahoma has begun a multi-department
Integrative Life Sciences Initiative to complement and strengthen
existing programs in the Departments of Botany and Microbiology,
Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Zoology, and the Bioengineering Center
on the Norman Campus and at the Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City.
As part of this initiative the University invites applications for new
tenured positions at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. We are
seeking individuals with established world-class programs of research in
any of, but not limited to, the following general areas: developmental
biology; neurobiology; neurochemistry; mass spectrometry-based
proteomics; stem cell research; metabolomics; microbial metabolism
and/or bioenergetics at the systems level; and structural biology (NMR
spectroscopy and/or macromolecular crystallography). 

Candidates should have a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree, and a
proven record of external grant funding. The successful individuals will
be expected to contribute to undergraduate and graduate education in the
life sciences, and provide leadership for the Integrative Life Sciences
Initiative. 

Applicants should submit a curriculum vita, a description of their
research plans, and a brief statement of their teaching interests and
philosophy. Applicants should identify three individuals whom the Search
Committee may contact for letters of recommendation. Application
materials should be sent to: 

    Prof. Paul B. Bell, Jr., 
    Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Vice Provost
    Chair of the Life Sciences Initiative Faculty Search Committee
    Ellison Hall Rm. 323
    University of Oklahoma
    633 Elm Avenue
    Norman, Oklahoma 73019

We will also accept completed electronic applications in PDF format,
sent to: sharrell at ou.edu. Review of applications will begin on December
1 and continue until positions are filled. Minorities and women are
especially encouraged to apply. The University of Oklahoma is responsive
to the needs of dual-career couples. The University of Oklahoma is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. 



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