Faculty, post-doc, grad. student, and staff toxicologist positions, Univ. of Montana

Chuck Miller rellim at mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu
Fri Feb 11 10:55:09 EST 2000


Faculty, Trainees and Staff Positions in Toxicology 
Center for Environmental Health Sciences
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The University of Montana

The University of Montana is proposing to establish a new Center for
Environmental Health Sciences (CEHS) within the Department of Pharmaceutical
Sciences (subject to Regential approval) under the Directorship of Dr.
Andrij Holian with the purpose of creating a highly interactive research
center to address regional and national environmental health concerns. The
Center's research focus areas include pulmonary and immunotoxicology,
neurotoxicology, and molecular genetic toxicology. The current recruitment
phase is to add up to six new investigators at the Assistant Professor
level.
Candidates must hold a Ph.D. and/or M.D. degree in toxicology or related
field (biology, pharmacology, genetics, biochemistry, chemistry, etc.) and
have demonstrated excellence in areas that best complement the goals and
needs of CEHS. Candidates will be expected to demonstrate the ability for
establishing an independent research program and securing extramural
funding. CEHS faculty will also be responsible for contributing to graduate
and post-doctoral training programs, and instruction at the graduate and
undergraduate levels within the School of Pharmacy and Allied Health
Sciences (SPAHS). The faculty positions will offer competitive salaries,
start-up and lab space (and state-of-the-art core facilities) and are
available September 2000.
The CEHS is also in the process of recruiting postdoctoral trainees and
graduate students (M.S. and Ph.D.) with interests in the above research
areas. Post-doctoral applicants should forward a letter of intent, vitae,
and three letters of recommendation. An immediate opening is available for a
post-doctoral in mass spectrometry/proteomics. Graduate students should
apply to the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences (major = toxicology) and
download application and guidelines at http://www.umt.edu/grad/. The CEHS is
also recruiting staff personnel (B.S. and M.S.) with experience that
complements the CEHS research areas.
The University of Montana is located in Missoula, a cosmopolitan Rocky
Mountain community of 70,000. The city has been singled out in national
publications for its high quality of life. Abundant recreational
opportunities in local and regional state and national parks complement a
thriving intellectual atmosphere.
Faculty candidates should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
summaries of current research plans (3-5 pages) and/or abstracts of funded
projects, and have three letters of recommendation forwarded by May 1st,
2000 to:
Charles M. Thompson, Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and Toxicology
Deputy Director of CEHS
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
The University of Montana
Missoula MT 59812

Applicants and references may forward their information and documents in
electronic format as attachments to: cmthomp at selway.umt.edu. The University
of Montana is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and
encourages applications from women, Vietnam-era veterans and persons with
disability. 
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