zebrafish job announcement

David R. Hyde dhyde at nd.edu
Fri Sep 19 13:07:30 EST 2003


NEUROSCIENCE FACULTY POSITION

The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Notre Dame 
invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at any rank 
beginning fall semester 2004.  Candidates are expected to provide 
research expertise within any area of Neuroscience, while 
complementing current research strengths and our campus-wide 
initiative to develop a center of excellence in Neuroscience (with a 
focus in visual science).  Individuals studying the development and/or 
function of any neuronal tissue in zebrafish are strongly encouraged to 
apply.   Ph.D. and/or M.D. scientists should have postdoctoral research 
experience and a demonstrated record of excellence, originality, and 
productivity in research. The department's research environment 
includes state-of-the-art optical imaging, flow cytometry and cell 
sorting, automated histology, laser capture microdissection, large-scale 
DNA sequencing, gene array capabilities.  The University recently 
made a major commitment to zebrafish research by funding a Center 
for Zebrafish Research that includes excellent animal care (staffed by 
trained technicians) and transgenic facilities.  The successful candidate 
will participate in teaching one undergraduate and one specialized 
graduate course per year.  Additional information on the department is 
available at http://www.science.nd.edu/biology.  

The University of Notre Dame offers competitive salaries and generous 
start-up packages.  Review of applications will begin immediately and 
will continue until the position is filled. Applicants should submit a 
curriculum vitae, a brief description of research accomplishments and 
future research objectives, and a summary of teaching experience and 
teaching interests by November 14, 2003. Candidates should also 
have three letters of recommendation sent to: 

Dr. David R. Hyde
Neuroscience Search
Department of Biological Sciences
P.O. Box 369
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556-0369

For more information, contact Dr. David Hyde at dhyde at nd.edu.  

The University of Notre Dame is an Affirmative Action/Equal 
Opportunity Employer.  Women and minority candidates are 
encouraged to apply.  

-- 
David R. Hyde
Professor of Biological Sciences
Rev. Howard J. Kenna, C.S.C. Memorial Director of the Center for
Zebrafish Research Galvin Life Science Building University of Notre
Dame Notre Dame, IN  46556

office:  (574) 631-8054
fax:  (574) 631-7413







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