Faculty Position -- Population Biology -- UMass/Boston

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     University of Massachusetts at Boston

Population Biologist.   The Biology Department of the 
University of Massachusetts at Boston invites 
applications for a tenure-track position 
(assistant professor level) in population 
dynamics or systematics.  Applicants in population 
dynamics should have research expertise in demographic or 
genetic models of populations, metapopulations, host-
pathogen interactions or plant-herbivore systems.  
Applicants in systematics should have research expertise in 
the application of molecular and/or quantitative approaches 
to systematic problems. We are especially interested in 
candidates with interests in environmental issues such as 
conservation and biodiversity.  We seek candidates with 
strong research credentials, including ability to attract 
extramural funding.  In addition to basic research, duties 
will include teaching an advanced course in the area of 
specialization for the new doctoral track in Environmental 
Biology and contributing to established undergraduate 
courses that deal with topics in population biology.  Post-
doctoral experience preferred.  Submit Curriculum Vitae, 
statements of interests and goals in research and teaching, 
and three letters of recommendation to:  Biology Search 
Committee, Department of Biology, University of 
Massachusetts at Boston, 100 Morrissey Boulevard, 
Boston MA 02125-3393. Preference will be given to 
applications received by January 30, 1993.  
An equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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