[Plant-education] Tenure Track Position: Plant Molecular Biology

Scott D. Russell via plant-ed%40net.bio.net (by srussell from ou.edu)
Tue Nov 9 17:32:17 EST 2010

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: The University of Oklahoma, Department of Botany 
and Microbiology invites applications for a tenure-track, Assistant 
Professor position in Plant Molecular Biology, beginning in Fall 2011. 
The candidate must be actively engaged in research addressing 
fundamental aspects of modern plant biology, preferably issues of 
cellular and/or developmental biology. The ideal candidate will have an 
emphasis in one or more of the following areas: cell signaling, 
functional genomics, proteomics/metabolomics, cell biology, molecular 
evolution, or plant-microbial interactions. The successful candidate 
will be expected to establish a vigorous, independent, and externally-
funded research program, participate in graduate instruction and 
training, teach modern courses in plant biology, and integrate into 
University and Departmental instructional and research programs. 
Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Botany or closely related discipline, 
strong record of research publication, and postdoctoral experience.

Applicants should indicate Search #1 (Plant Molecular Biology), and send 
hard copies of curriculum vitae, representative reprints, statements of 
research plans and teaching interests and philosophy, as well as full 
contact information for four references to:

    Dr. Gordon Uno, Chair
    (Search #1) Plant Molecular Biology
    Department of Botany and Microbiology
    770 Van Vleet Oval
    The University of Oklahoma
    Norman, OK 73019 

Inquiries by mail or email should be directed to Dr. Gordon Uno 
(guno from ou.edu). Review of applications begins November 15, 2010, and will 
continue until positions are filled. More information about the faculty, 
Department, and searches may be obtained at: 
http://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/. Women and members of under-
represented groups are encouraged to apply. The University of Oklahoma 
is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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