Postdoc Fungal Molecular Biology
Gopi K. Podila
gkpodila at MTU.EDU
Thu Sep 11 07:43:12 EST 1997
Post-Doctoral Position (100% research). The Department of Plant and
Soil Science, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources,
and the Department of Biological Sciences, College of Arts and
Sciences, Texas Tech University invite candidates to apply for a
12-month research position in molecular biology of fungi. Applicants
must have an earned Ph.D.. degree in microbiology, molecular biology or
biology. Applications will be accepted until 30 September 1997, or
until a suitable candidate is selected. Initial appointment will be for
two years. Responsibilities include participation in goal-oriented,
cooperative research with faculty, students, and staff from Texas Tech
and other Texas universities and agencies. The candidate must have
abilities to effectively communicate in oral and written formats in the
English language and have citizenship or permanent residence status
sufficient to allow acceptance of a full-time position in the U.S.A.
Experience in imported fire ant research is preferred. The candidate
must have proven ability to conduct, analyze and publish high quality
research in a timely manner. Salary is commensurate with training and
experience. Letters of application that include career goals and
objectives, a curriculum vita and names and addresses of three persons
who can assess candidate qualifications should be submitted to: Dr.
Michael San Francisco, Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech
University, Lubbock, Texas, 79409-3131. Phone: 806-742-2715; Fax:
806-742-2963; e. mail: blbio at ttacs.ttu.edu.
Texas Tech University is an Equal Opportunity Employer, an Affirmative
Action Institution and supports the Americans with Disability Act.
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