Faculty position available: Animal Molecular Genetics

Aaron Reeves areeves at lamar.colostate.edu
Wed Nov 13 19:47:03 EST 2002


The Department of Biology at Colorado State University is seeking 
a molecular biologist who studies genetic mechanisms in animals, 
with interests in areas such as, but not limited to, gene regulation, 
cellular differentiation, signal transduction, and cell-cell 
interactions. This tenure-track position involves undergraduate and 
graduate education, research, and service/outreach. We anticipate 
filling this position at the level of Assistant Professor. This position 
involves a strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate 
instruction and research.  The successful candidate is expected to 
establish an extramurally-funded research program and supervise 
graduate students. To apply, send a letter of application with 
statements of your scholarly interests and teaching interests and 
philosophy, a curriculum vitae, representative publications, and 
contact information for three persons who will serve as references 
to Animal Molecular Geneticist Search Committee, Department of 
Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523.  
Application materials are due by February 1, 2003. For more 
information, please see 
http://www.biology.colostate.edu/geneticssearch.html.  








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