Assistant Prof., Texas A&M University
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Fri Mar 3 10:25:35 EST 2000
The Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology at Texas A&M
University has reopened its search for a tenure track state funded position
in Toxicology at the Assistant/Associate Professor level. The successful
candidate will have an ongoing research effort with experience in molecular,
genetic or environmental toxicology. Primary criteria for appointment will
be a terminal degree in a biomedical or physical science, a publication
record in peer-reviewed journals, demonstrated accomplishments in securing
funding, and evidence of successful teaching.
Texas A&M is a land, sea and space grant university with more than 43,000
undergraduate and graduate students, plus medical and veterinary students.
The Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology consists of 22
full-time faculty with interests in endocrine, cardiovascular and
reproductive biology. A broad range of interdisciplinary research is
possible with established campus-wide programs in toxicology, cardiovascular
sciences, genetics, neurosciences, reproduction and nutrition. The graduate
program in toxicology is supported in part by an NIEHS Training Grant in
Environmental Toxicology. The new faculty member will also have access to
research core facilities supported by the department, the NIH Center for
Environmental and Rural Health and the Superfund Basic Research Program
Project. College Station, home to Texas A&M University, is a mid-sized city
located within an hour and a half of both Houston and Austin, Texas.
Candidates should send a curriculum vitae, letter of application, and names
and address of three references to Dr. Kenneth S. Ramos, Chair, Toxicology
Search Committee; Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology;
College of Veterinary Medicine; Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
77843-4466. Review of applications will begin on May 1, 2000 and continue
until position is filled.
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