faculty position in Developmental Biology
Thomas G. Wilson
twilson at LAMAR.COLOSTATE.EDU
Tue Sep 7 15:41:51 EST 1999
The Department of Biology, Colorado State University, has a vacant faculty
position at the Assistant Professor level in animal developmental biology,
to begin fall semester, 2000. We are particularly interested in candidates
who use molecular approaches to study mechanisms of animal development.
This tenure-track position involves undergraduate and graduate teaching and
supervised research (approximately fifty percent), research (approximately
forty percent), and service/outreach (approximately ten percent). The
successful candidate will be expected to develop an independent,
externally-funded research program in developmental biology, and to
contribute to interdisciplinary programs on campus. The closing date for
applications is Oct 1, 1999.
QUALIFICATIONS: A Ph.D. in cell/molecular biology or a related area and
postdoctoral experience in animal development are required. Candidates
should have a solid background in developmental biology, potential for
independent and innovative research and teaching, and an ability to
contribute to interdisciplinary programs on campus.
More information about the position and Colorado State University can be
found at www.colostate.edu/Depts/Biology/jobs.htm
To receive full consideration, send a letter stating teaching and
research interests, a C.V., letters from at least three references (sent
separately), and up to three publications to: Development Search Committee,
Department of Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins CO 80523 by
1 Oct 1999.
CSU is an AA/EO Employer. Office of Equal Opportunity, 101 Student
Please email me with any questions about the position.
Chair, Search Committee
Tom G. Wilson, Department of Biology
Colorado State University, Fort Collins CO 80523
twilson at lamar.colostate.edu 970-491-2542 FAX 970-491-0649
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