Chair in Plant Biology, University of St Andrews

Alyson Tobin at6 at st-andrews.ac.uk
Fri Dec 19 11:22:14 EST 1997


UNIVERSITY OF ST ANDREWS, SCOTLAND, UK

PROFESSOR OF PLANT BIOLOGY IN THE SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL & EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY


The School (graded 4 in the recent RAE) proposes to appoint a new Professor
in Plant Biology.  We are primarily looking for an individual with an
outstanding track record in research, to provide academic leadership within
the School's Sir Harold Mitchell Laboratory for Plant Sciences and
Evolutionary Biology.  Research on plants within the School currently
includes studies on molecular physiology, animal-plant interactions,
speciation and biodiversity.  Excellent support and facilities for research
are available including glasshouses for transgenic plants.  The successful
candidate will also be expected to contribute to the undergraduate and
postgraduate teaching programmes.

The post is available from 1 September 1998 and a competitive salary will
be offered.  Further information will shortly be available on our Web Site:
http:// medialab.st-and.ac.uk/seeb

Advertisements will appear in January (8th & 15th) in New Scientist & Nature.

Informal enquiries to the Head of School, Professor Ian A. Johnston on
01334 463440, Fax. 01334 463443 or e-mail: iaj at st-andrews.ac.uk.

Dr A.K. Tobin
Plant Science Laboratory
School of Environmental and Evolutionary Biology
Sir Harold Mitchell Building
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
KY16 9TH
UK

Fax 01334 463366





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