Dear Arabidopsis Community,
The MCB Department at Brown University is searching for a
developmental biologist and we're particularly interested in plant
Developmental Biology Faculty Position
Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor
The Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry at
Brown University announces the opening of a tenure-track faculty
position effective July 1, 2006. Qualifications include a Ph.D. or
M.D. degree and a record of excellence in research. The successful
applicant will be expected to pursue an independent,
externally-funded research program which addresses fundamental
problems in developmental biology, to demonstrate a commitment to
graduate and undergraduate education, and to be an active member of
the NIH-funded predoctoral training program in Molecular Biology,
Cell Biology and Biochemistry. Special attention will be given to
applicants interested in vertebrate neural development, vertebrate
stem cells, and plant development. Research space will be provided in
a new, state-of-the-art facility to be opened in the Spring of 2006.
Applications for Associate or Full Professor rank will be treated
with confidentiality and need not include letters of recommendation;
a list of references may be requested later. Applications at the
Assistant Professor level should include at least three reference
letters. Review of applications, which should include a curriculum
vitae and a description of research interests, will commence on
December 1, 2005, and will continue until the position is filled.
Specific qualifications for appointment at the different faculty
ranks can be requested in writing. Contact address: Dr. Michael
McKeown, c/o Ms. Joan Boyles, Department of Molecular Biology, Cell
Biology and Biochemistry, Brown University, Box G-J3, Providence, RI
02912. Please submit one copy of application materials to the above
address, and an electronic version (preferably in PDF format) to
joan_boyles at brown.edu.
Brown University is an EEO/AA Employer and welcomes applications from
women and minorities.
Mark A. Johnson
Dept. of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry
69 Brown St.
Providence, RI 02912
J. Walter Wilson rm. 162
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