Neurobiology Position

Jim Hall jhall1 at utk.edu
Fri Dec 5 15:02:56 EST 1997


The Biochemistry and Cellular and Molecular Biology Department at the 
University of Tennessee at Knoxville seeks a geneticist studying problems in 
neurobiology.  Opportunities for professional interaction in the local 
vicinity include geneticists and neuroscientists in the department as well as 
at the University Hospital, the College of Veterinary Medicine, and the Life 
Sciences Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  Desired qualifications 
include several years of postdoctoral training, evidence of significant  
scientific productivity and of the potential to develop and 
maintain a vigorous, independent and extramurally funded research program.  
The successful condidate is expected to develop a vigoruous, independent, and 
sustainable research program.  The candidate is expected to work in related 
areas, contributing to a "critical mass" in those areas.  They are expected to 
train graduate and undergraduate students and to teach courses that would 
require and benefit from an instructor with their experience and expertise.  
Finally, as the candidate develops an established program and reputation in 
teaching and research they would then be expected to serve on departmental, 
college and university committees contributing to the overall functioning and 
well being of those entities.  For more information on the department visit 
the website:  http://utk-biogw.bio.utk.edu/bcmbdept.nsf.  Interested 
candidates should submit a resume including research goals, teaching 
philosophy, and three letters of recommendation to:  Bruce McKee, Ph.D., Chair 
of the Search Committee, BCMB, WLS M407, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 
TN 37996-0840.  Review of applications will begin on February 15, 1998.  UTK 
is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA Employer.



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