Fungal Geneticist Position

SARAH COVERT COVERT at bscr.uga.edu
Fri Feb 11 15:15:59 EST 1994


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Plant Pathologist to emphasize work on the genetics of fungal plant pathogens. 
The position is a joint research (70%) and teaching (30%), 12 month
tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Plant Pathology, University
of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 30602-7274.  Teaching responsibilities will include
teaching Introductory Genetics, advising graduate students, and the opportunity
to develop a course in a specialty area.  The successful candidate is expected
to develop a research program that will involve genetic approaches to study
fungal plant pathogens and host-pathogen interactions.  Collaboration with
others working in this and related departments is expected.  

QUALIFICATIONS: Ph.D. with strong background in Plant Pathology and Genetics

RANK AND SALARY: Assistant Professor; salary competitive.

POSITION AVAILABLE: July 1, 1994

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE:  May, 1, 1994

APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING: Curriculum vitae, original graduate
transcripts, reprints of publications during the last five years, and four
letters of reference from individuals who can provide a critical evaluation.  A
letter of application should include research interests, i.e. statement of
proposed research.

Submit information to:	
	Dr. Wiley N. Garrett, Head
	Department of Plant Pathology
	University of Georgia
	Athens, GA 30602-7274
	(706) 542-2571
	FAX (706) 542-1262

The University of Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Institution



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