Cell Biologist Position at York University

Roger Lew planters at YorkU.CA
Fri Nov 26 04:17:27 EST 1999


	Below is an advertisement for both a Cell Biologist and Protein
Biochemist/Structural Biologist in the Department of Biology at York
University, Toronto, Canada. Organismal expertise is not specified, so
yeast cell biologists and biochemists are encouraged to apply!

With best regards........................
................................Roger Lew
				Associate Professor of Biology
				York University
				Toronto, Canada
				(e-mail: planters at yorku.ca)

York University, Biology Department invites applications for two
tenure-track positions available from July 1, 2000, at the rank of
Assistant Professor.  1)  Cell Biologist.  The specific area of research
is secondary to a strong research record and predicted future excellence
in both independent research and teaching.  2) Protein
Biochemist/Structural Biologist, working on any aspect of protein
structure and function. In addition to building a strong independent
research program, the successful candidate will be expected to participate
in a joint initiative with the Chemistry Department in developing
structural biology at York. 

	The Department offers an excellent research environment with
University-supported molecular biology and microscopy core facilities,
workshops and other infrastructure. Outstanding mass spectrometry and NMR
facilities are available in Chemistry.  Current Faculty members are
involved in a diversity of research projects and form substantial groups
of complementary expertise.  Candidates for both positions will be
expected to teach in our undergraduate and graduate programs, and
supervise students. York University is part of the vibrant research,
intellectual, cultural, and social community of Toronto, with excellent
international travel connections. In addition to the current two
positions, there are two further related positions expected for 2001.  The
Department is willing to consider appointing couples who are individually
competitive for these positions. Applications, including a curriculum
vitae, outline of future research interests and names and e-mail addresses
of three referees should be sent by Jan. 31st, to Dr. I. B. Heath, Tel:
(416) 736 5511;  E-mail: brent at yorku.ca (Cell) or Dr. M. B. Coukell, Tel:
(416) 736-2100 x33554;  E-mail: bcoukell at yorku.ca (Protein), Department of
Biology, York University, 4700 Keele St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M3J
1P3. Fax 416 736 5698. York University has a policy of employment equity,
including affirmative action for women faculty. In accordance with
Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to
Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The latter
notwithstanding, non-Canadians are not discouraged from applying. 

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