Organismal Developmental Biologist Wanted

Susan Duhon, IU Axolotl Colony duhon at indiana.edu
Tue Sep 10 07:17:26 EST 1996




ORGANISMAL DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGIST


=09The Department of Integrative Biology seeks an innovative,=20
problem-oriented biologist who uses a diversity of techniques to=20
explore the evolution of developmental processes and patterns of=20
evolution in animals with an emphasis on the organismal level. =20
Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to: the=20
genetic, molecular, and cellular bases of the development of form,=20
developmental dynamics (cell/tissue interactions), musculoskeletal=20
development, or comparative ontogenesis.  Teaching=20
responsibilities include an undergraduate course in organismal=20
developmental biology, participation in a core course, and the=20
development of graduate seminars in the areas of the candidate=D5s=20
interests. =20
=09The position is open to Ph. D. scientists at any level -=20
assistant to full professor -- and will complement the current=20
departmental faculty, which includes evolutionists, physiologists,=20
morphologists, systematists, ecologists, behaviorists, and=20
population geneticists, all of whom work interactively and=20
multidisciplinarily.  Completed applications must be received by=20
October 15, 1996.  The appointment commences on July 1, 1997.
=09A curriculum vitae, publications, statements of teaching and=20
research interests, and the names of three referees should be sent=20
to the address below.  The University of California is an=20
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.

Search Committee, Organismal Developmental Biologist
Department of Integrative Biology,
3060 VLSB, University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-3140





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Susan T. Duhon               Indiana University Axolotl Colony
Phone 812-855-8260           Jordan Hall 407
Fax   812-855-6705           Bloomington, IN 47405   USA
email duhon at indiana.edu      http://www.indiana.edu/~axolotl/ =09





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