Faculty positions

michael kahn kahn at wsu.edu
Thu Oct 4 04:00:47 EST 2001


WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY FACULTY POSITIONS IN MOLECULAR BIOSCIENCES 

   The School of Molecular Biosciences will fill two tenure-track 
positions to begin August 2002 or later, one at the Assistant Professor 
level and one at the Associate or Full Professor level. Both positions 
include competitive salaries, excellent laboratory facilities, access to 
state-of-the-art equipment and excellent quality of life. We are looking 
for highly qualified colleagues to complement and build on our current 
strengths in the study of plant, animal and microbial systems in areas 
such as protein biotechnology, reproductive biology, physiology, 
pathogenesis, metabolism, enzymology, structural biology, biophysics, 
chromosome dynamics and repair, gene regulation and expression (see 
http://molecular.biosciences.wsu.edu.).  The School offers undergraduate 
and graduate degrees in biochemistry, microbiology, cell biology and 
genetics. The successful candidates will be expected to develop and 
maintain a vigorous research program supported by extramural funding, 
train graduate students, and participate in graduate and undergraduate 
teaching.  Candidates must have a Ph.D., postdoctoral training, the 
ability to communicate effectively with students and colleagues, and a 
record indicating outstanding abilities and potential in research and 
teaching. Assistant professor: Preference will be given to candidates 
who have expertise in the broadly defined fields of molecular genetics 
and cell biology (including genomic and bioinformatic approaches) and 
who investigate fundamental problems in biology. Senior level: Must have 
an established research program in the molecular biosciences. Preference 
will be given to established investigators who have a strong record of 
scientific accomplishment and external research funding. The advanced 
position may include an endowed professorship and/or the opportunity for 
an administrative role in the School. Screening of applicants will begin 
November 1, 2001  and continue until the position is filled.  

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of current and 
long-term research interests, and arrange for three letters of reference 
addressing research potential, teaching and communication skills to be 
sent to: Dr. Michael Kahn, Search Committee Chair, School of Molecular 
Biosciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA  99164-4660.   
Washington State University employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully 
authorized non-U.S. citizens.  WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL 
OPPORTUNITY/ AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EDUCATOR AND EMPLOYER.  Members of 
ethnic minorities, women, Vietnam-era or disabled veterans, persons of 
disability, and/or persons age 40 or over are encouraged to apply.




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