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Leslie Sieburth Leslie_Sieburth at maclan.mcgill.ca
Fri Oct 7 10:46:37 EST 1994

                      Subject:                              Time:  9:03 AM
  OFFICE MEMO         job announcement                      Date:  10/7/94

Evolutionary Molecular Biology

The Department seeds an evolutionary biologist working at the molecular
level, or a molecular biologist whose work has a pronounced evolutionary
orientation.  Applications from candidates whose work concerns the evolution
of the genome are especially welcome.  The Department has active research
groups in evolutionary and molecular genetics, and would provide an excellent
environment for someone working at the interface between the two disciplines.

The successful applicant will join a large (40 full-time faculty) and dynamic
department with research strengths in cellular, molecular, and developmental
biology, ecology, and neurobiology.  The department also has excellent
technical facilities, including centres for photography, light and electron
microscopy, biotechnology, field stations and the McGill Phytotron.

Applicant should hold the Ph.D. degree in biology or a related field, and
demonstrate capacity for independent research.  Duties will include the
development of a vigorous research program and participating in teaching of
undergraduate- and graduate-level courses.  The positions must be filled by
September 1, 1995.

Deadline for application:  November 25, 1994
Please send CV, a statement of research interests, and representative
reprints.  Request three letters of reference.  All materials should be sent

Dr. Robert Carroll, Chair
Department of Biology
McGill University
1205 ave. Dr. Penfield
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3A 1B1

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given
to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.  McGill University is
committed to equity in employment

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