Postdoc: Oregon St. Univ.

Charles Miller rellim at mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu
Fri Apr 21 15:12:49 EST 2000

Postdoctoral Training Environmental Toxicology Postdoctoral Fellowships in
environmental toxicology supported by the National Institute of
Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) are available at Oregon State
University. The training grant faculty mentors are affiliated with the
Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, two NIEHS research
centers (Environmental Health Sciences Center and Marine/Freshwater
Biomedical Sciences Center), both at OSU, and the Oregon Health Sciences
University in Portland. Successful candidates will engage in research with
an emphasis on mechanisms of toxicity of environmental agents. NIEHS
fellowships are available on a competitive basis to applicants (U.S.
citizens and permanent residents) with a Doctoral degree in chemistry,
biochemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, or the biological sciences.

To apply for an NIEHS fellowship, send curriculum vitae, academic records,
and three letters of reference to: David E. Williams, Ph.D., Director, NIEHS
Training Grant in Toxicology, Department of Environmental and Molecular
Toxicology, 1007 ALS, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331-7301.
Telephone: 541-737-3277; FAX: 541-737-5077; e-mail: David.Williams at orst.edu.

Application closing date is June 15, 2000. Positions are available as early
as July 1, 2000. Oregon State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer and has a policy of being responsive to the needs of
dual-career couples. 


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