Faculty Positions in Boston

Donald O'Malley domalle at lynx.dac.neu.edu
Tue Nov 27 14:39:36 EST 2001


Dear Colleagues,

     Northeastern University has open two tenure-track
faculty positions (in ECOLOGY and BIOINFORMATICS).
Researchers working in this area that also use zebrafish
as a model organism would be joining a department with
strong interests in multiple aspects of zebrafish biology.
These positions are not, however, limited to zebrafish 
researchers, as investigators working in any area described
in the ads below will be given full consideration.

The following two ads recently appeared in Science:

 NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

FACULTY  POSITIONS IN  ECOLOGY / BIOINFORMATICS


1.		BIOINFORMATICS

The Department of Biology of the College of Arts and Sciences, in 
conjunction with the Bouve College of Health Sciences and the 
College of Computer Science, invites applications for a TENURE-
TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSORSHIP available September 
2002.  Qualifications include a Ph.D. in Bioinformatics or a related 
discipline and postdoctoral experience.  The successful candidate 
will be expected to develop an externally funded research program 
in bioinformatics and to participate enthusiastically in 
undergraduate and graduate teaching.  Our web site 
http://www.biology.neu.edu provides information about the 
department.   


2.		ECOLOGY

The Department of Biology invites applications for a TENURE-
TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSORSHIP available September 
2002.  Qualifications include a Ph.D. in Ecology or a related 
discipline and postdoctoral experience.  The successful candidate 
will be expected to develop an externally funded research program 
in ecology and to participate enthusiastically in undergraduate and 
graduate teaching.  All areas of ecological science will be 
considered for this position, including community, population, 
behavioral, evolutionary, physiological, and biochemical ecology. 
Applicants should note the opportunity for marine ecological 
research available at our Marine Science Center in Nahant, MA, 
but ecologists working in other habitats will receive equal 
consideration.  Our web sites www.biology.neu.edu and 
www.marinescience.neu.edu provide information about the 
department and the Marine Science Center.  

3.   Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, a statement of 
research interests and plans, and a statement of teaching 
experience and interests to the Bioinformatics Faculty Search 
Committee or the Ecology Faculty Search Committee, 414 Mugar 
Hall, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115.  The applicant 
should also arrange to have at least three letters of reference sent 
independently to the appropriate committee.  Review of 
applications will begin on December 1, 2001.  Northeastern is an 
Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Title IX University.  Women 
and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.  

Inquiries for additional information about the department can also 
be sent to Don O'Malley at d.omalley at neu.edu.  

Sincerely Yours,

Donald M. O'Malley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
414 Mugar Hall
Northeastern University 
Boston, MA 02115
d.omalley at neu.edu
www.omalleylab.neu.edu





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