[Arabidopsis] Plant Biochemical Geneticist - U. Nebraska

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Thu May 12 08:06:12 EST 2005


We are recruiting a tenure-track Plant Biochemical Geneticist at the
Assistant Professor level.  Please bring this advertisement to the
attention of suitable candidates. We have a great group of colleagues
and outstanding facilities.  For more information, see
http://psiweb.unl.edu/
http://biochem1.unl.edu/
http://www.biotech.unl.edu/

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN

                        PLANT BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS
                    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in BIOCHEMISTRY



A joint, tenure-track Assistant Professor in Biochemistry position is
currently available in the Plant Science Initiative and Department of
Biochemistry at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The position is 80%
research/20% teaching. As part of a newly emerging Nutritional Genomics
Center, the successful candidate is expected to maintain a vigorous
research program focused on biochemical genetics of plants. Research may
include plant secondary metabolism, metabolic profiling, nutritional
genomics, and genetic regulation of plant metabolism. Teaching
responsibilities include teaching one graduate or undergraduate level
course annually in a relevant area, and mentoring students. A Ph.D. and
post doctoral experience in plant genetics, biochemistry or related field
is required.  Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Review of applications will begin June 20, 2005, and continue until the
position is filled or the search is closed. Applicants should go to
http://employment.unl.edu/ and complete the Faculty/Administrative
Information form and then send complete application file, consisting of a
statement of research interests, CV and arrange for three letters of
recommendation be sent, to Search Committee Chair, Assistant Professor
Biochemical Genetics, N300 Beadle Center for Genetics Research, University
of Nebraska-Lincoln 68588-0660. UNL is committed to a pluralistic campus
community through affirmative action and equal opportunity and is
responsive to the needs of dual career couples. We assure reasonable
accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact Dr. Sally
Mackenzie at (402) 472-6997 or smackenzie2 at unl.edu for assistance.

THANKS!
Julie M. Stone, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Biochemistry & Plant Science Initiative
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
N230 Beadle Center for Genetics Research
1901 Vine Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0660
office 402 472 4902
lab 402 472 3028
fax 402 472 3139
email: jstone2 at unl.edu




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