Tenure-Track Research Positions

farmer at cb.uga.edu farmer at cb.uga.edu
Mon Sep 23 17:45:53 EST 2002


Tenure-Track Research Positions

                   Biomedical research programs at the Wadsworth
Center are undergoing significant expansion. Multiple faculty-level
researchers will be added to develop outstanding programs in the
following areas:

                        Molecular and Cellular Biology of Prokaryotes
                        Microbial Pathogenesis Molecular Virology 

                   The Wadsworth Center enjoys a century of excellence
                   
as a research-intensive institution and is the country's most 
comprehensive state public health laboratory. With a staff of 1,100,
including 160 doctoral-level scientists, the Center provides a dynamic
environment focused on the molecular, cellular, and genetic aspects of
public health-related disease. Research programs in molecular
genetics, immunology, cellular and structural biology and
bioinformatics are supported by excellent core facilities. Albany
offers a reasonable cost-of-living, a growing and interactive academic
community, diverse cultural activities, and easy access to a wealth of
outdoor activities and to other Northeast metropolitan centers. 

                   We are seeking outstanding scientists at the 
Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor levels who will develop
active, well-funded research programs. Applicants must possess a
Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent degree. Successful candidates may 
mentor
graduate students in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, part 
of
the University at Albany's School of Public Health. AA/EOE. 

                   Review of applicants will begin October 15, 2002,
                   with 
appointments to be initiated in the summer of 2003. Applicants 
should submit a curriculum vitae, a summary of research interests 
and
future plans, and names and addresses of three references to: Dr. 
K.
M. Derbyshire, Search Committee, David Axelrod Institute, 
Wadsworth
Center, New York State Department of Health, P. O. Box 22002, 
Albany,
NY   12201-2002. 

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