Mol Biol Faculty Positions-Canada
Dr. John J. Heikkila
heikkila at sciborg.uwaterloo.ca
Thu May 16 02:45:19 EST 1996
ANIMAL/MOLECULAR and MICROBIOLOGY
The Department of Biology of the University of Waterloo invites
applications for a minimum of two TENURE TRACK
ASSISTANT PROFESSORSHIPS, with an anticipated starting
date of 01 September 1996. Applicants must have a Ph.D.,
preferably with postdoctoral experience, and demonstrate
outstanding ability or potential in research and teaching. Duties
include independent research, teaching at the undergraduate and
graduate levels, and graduate student supervision. The Department
is supportive of interdisciplinary and collaborative research. We
currently require teaching in the areas of animal physiology,
genetics, immunology and microbiology.
One search seeks candidates in the area of animal/molecular biology
who are interested in studying the molecular biology of an animal
system. We will, for example, consider candidates who use
recombinant DNA techniques to study physiological (e.g. endo-
crinology, immunology, neurobiology or developmental biology, etc.)
problems in animal systems.
The second search seeks candidates in the area of microbiology with
demonstrated competence in the molecular aspects of the discipline.
Salary range commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applicants
should send their curriculum vitae, the names of three individuals
willing to furnish letters of reference, and an outline (1-2 pages) of
their proposed research program to: Dr. D. George Dixon, Professor
and Chair, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science,
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1 CANADA.
The closing date for applications is June 30, 1996.
In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this
advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
The University of Waterloo encourages applications from all qualified
individuals, including women, members of visible minorities, native
peoples, and persons with disabilities. These appointments are
subject to the availability of funds.
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