Tenure track positions in Molecular Toxicology

Miller 4amiller at bellsouth.net
Sat Sep 1 09:44:33 EST 2001


Applications are invited for a tenure-track position in Molecular 
Toxicology at the Assistant Professor level. Existing departmental 
interests include developmental toxicology, neurotoxicology, biochemical 
toxicology and immunotoxicology. In addition to establishing an 
independent research program and supervising graduate students in the 
Graduate Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the successful candidate 
will be responsible for the delivery of an undergraduate half-course in 
the biochemistry of disease and contribute to undergraduate and graduate 
courses in toxicology.

The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. degree with relevant 
postdoctoral training. He/she should have published evidence of a strong 
biochemical and molecular genetic background and preferably established 
an independent research program evidenced by publications and extramural 
grant support.

Applicants should submit a current curriculum vitae, reprints of recent 
publications, an outline of future research plans and, arrange to have 
three letters of reference sent to:
Dr. K. Wayne Hindmarsh
Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy
University of Toronto
19 Russell Street
Toronto, Ontario
Canada, M5S 2S2
Tel.: 416/978-2880 FAX: 416/978-8511
E-mail: wayne.hindmarsh at utoronto.ca
Deadline for applications: October 31, 2001

Molecular Toxicology
The Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology at North 
Carolina State University invites applications for an Assistant 
Professor position in the area of molecular toxicology. Research areas 
of interest include toxicogenomic/proteomic and transgenic animal 
approaches to investigate mechanisms of toxicity, effects of 
environmental agents on cell signaling, gene regulation and function, 
and susceptibility to environmental agents, although all mechanistic 
toxicology areas will be considered. Applicants must have a Ph.D. and 
postdoctoral research experience. The successful candidate will develop 
and maintain a strong, independent, and extramurally funded research 
program and contribute to graduate student education/training. The 
Department moved into a new state-of-the-art facility in April 2001. 
Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2001. Applicants 
should submit curriculum vitae, statement of research goals and teaching 
philosophy, and names and addresses of three references to: Robert C. 
Smart, Ph.D., Chair, Search Committee, Department of Environmental and 
Molecular Toxicology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 
27695-7633. Website: http://www.tox.ncsu.edu. NC State is an Affirmative 
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


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