Tenure-track positions in Physiology
kfem000 at tamuk.edu
Mon Nov 24 14:32:03 EST 2003
We are currently accepting applications for two tenure-track
positions in molecular and animal physiology, respectively. Please
feel to contact me or the chair of Biology if you have any questions
regarding these positions.
Assistant Professor of Biology
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
The Department of Biology invites applications for two tenure-track
positions at the Assistant Professor level.
1) Assistant Professor in Molecular Physiology. This position
provides five years of half-time research support funded by the
NIH/RIMI program. In addition to research release, the candidate
will be given lab space and startup funds for equipment, supplies and
personnel and is expected to establish a funded research program
involving both graduate and undergraduate students. Highest
consideration will be given to individuals pursuing biomedically
relevant questions at the cellular or molecular level with
prokaryotic or eukaryotic systems, and with expertise or teaching
experience in Animal Physiology or Molecular Biology and at least one
of the following courses: Endocrinology, Cellular Physiology,
Genetics, or Immunology.
2) Assistant Professor in Animal Physiology. Highest consideration
will be given to individuals with research expertise in
insect/invertebrate physiology or medical entomology. The candidate
will be provided lab space and startup funds for equipment and
supplies and is expected to establish a funded research program
involving both graduate and undergraduate students. Preference will
be given to individuals with expertise or teaching experience in
Entomology or Animal Physiology, and at least one of the following
courses: Physiological Ecology, Anatomy and Physiology, Molecular
Biology, Genetics or Cell Physiology.
Requirements: Successful applicants will have a Ph.D. degree in
appropriate discipline from a regionally accredited institution, the
ability to write competitive research proposals and develop a strong
funded research program in their area, demonstrated excellence in
teaching, and a publication record commensurate with experience.
Postdoctoral experience is strongly preferred.
Application Information: candidates for the position must submit:
(1) A letter of application that describes teaching philosophy and
research interests; (2) unofficial transcripts; (3) a Curriculum
Vitae; and (4) three letters of reference. Incomplete applications
will not be considered. The deadline to submit an application is
January 10th, 2004 to: Dr. Glenn Perrigo,
Chair, Department of Biology MSC 158, Texas A&M
University-Kingsville, 700 University Boulevard, Kingsville, TX
78363. Telephone inquiries can be made at (361) 593-3803.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK) is located in South Texas
near Corpus Christi. The Department emphasizes teaching through
research for both undergraduates and masters-level students.
Opportunities for pursuing biomedically relevant research exist
through various NIH-sponsored programs. Finalists must have official
transcripts mailed to Texas A&M University-Kingsville directly from
each degree-granting institution prior to an on-campus interview.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville is committed to excellence; The
University invites applications from all qualified applicants.
Enrique Massa, Ph. D.
Director, Texas A&M University-Kingsville Minority Biomedical
Research Support Program
Department of Biology
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
700 University Boulevard
Kingsville, TX 78363
Email: e-massa at tamuk.edu
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