Faculty Position: Fungal Cell/Molecular Biology

Howard S. Judelson howard.judelson at ucr.edu
Thu Oct 12 02:28:24 EST 2000

Assistant Professor: Fungal Cell/Molecular Biology

Job Description:  The Department of Plant Pathology invites applications
for an 11-month tenure-track faculty position at the ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
level  (This means that the position is funded year-round; i.e. 12 months
salary including 1 month vacation).

The position will be available on July 1, 2001 and carries a 75% research
appointment in the Agricultural Experiment Station and a 25% teaching
appointment in the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences.  The
Department currently has 17 ladder-rank faculty, three cooperative
extension specialists, plus other positions under recruitment.
Opportunities for collaborations are available with seven existing programs
in the department that focus on basic and/or applied research on
filamentous fungi, as well as other laboratories on campus.

Research:  Candidates should develop an innovative research program that
addresses fundamental issues in the growth, development, physiology, or
pathology of filamentous fungi.  Applications will be accepted from
researchers studying either model saprophytes or plant pathogens.  It is
hoped that cellular or molecular approaches will be the primary direction
of research.

Teaching: The position will contribute to graduate and undergraduate
courses in microbial or general biology, mycology, pathology, or related

Applications: Evaluation of applications will begin Dec. 1, 2000 but the
position will remain open until filled.  A Ph.D. and record of research
productivity is required.  Candidates should send a curriculum vitae,
statement of research and teaching interests, a complete list of
publications and selected reprints, and three letters of reference to:

Professor Howard Judelson
Chair, Search Committee
Department of Plant Pathology
Riverside, CA 92521

Telephone: 909-787-4199
Fax: 909-787-4294
Email: howard.judelson at ucr.edu

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