faculty position at UT Austin

Peter Vize peter at PVIZE.ZO.UTEXAS.EDU
Thu Aug 10 09:40:06 EST 1995


Developmental Biologist
Tenure-Track Faculty Position (Assistant Professor)
Department of Zoology
University of Texas at Austin

An independent position is available for an outstanding researcher =
working in any area of developmental biology using genetic, =
molecular, or classical approaches. The Department currently has =
researchers investigating mouse molecular genetics, Drosophila =
development and neurobiology, frog development, organogenesis of =
the kidney and heart, invertebrate development and cell biology of =
the cytoskeleton. Individuals who strengthen existing programs, or =
who are interested in developing a new program are welcome to =
apply. The candidate must be qualified to teach ONE of the =
following three upper-division undergraduate courses, Genetics, =
Cell Biology, or Human Development.

Austin is a beautiful city with one of the highest quality of life =
ratings in the US, and is a wonderful place to live and work.

Interested individuals should submit a cv, and a two page =
statement of research interests, and also organize for three =
letters of recommendation to be forwarded to;
Dr.K.Artzt=20
Chair, Developmental Biologist Search Committee
Dept. of Zoology, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712, USA

Further details can be obtained from Karen Artzt (512 471 1785 =
artzt-lab at mail.utexas.edu) Brian Haarer (512 471 5467 =
haarer at mail.utexas.edu), Paul Krieg (512 471 8785 =
pkrieg at mail.utexas.edu) or Peter Vize (512 471 1481; =
peter at pvize.zo.utexas.edu).

The University of Texas at Austin is an Equal =
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.=




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