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Faculty Position in Computational Genomics

Julie Pederson jdpeders at unity.ncsu.edu
Mon Nov 25 14:15:23 EST 2002

Please post the following position to the mol-evol newsgroup:

Faculty Position in Computational Genomics
Department of Genetics
North Carolina State University

The Department of Genetics at North Carolina State University seeks
applications at the ASSISTANT PROFESSOR level for a tenure-track faculty
position in computational genomics. We seek an outstanding individual
employing modern methods to explore fundamental problems in computational
genomics including statistical analysis of genomic data and the development
of population and quantitative genetic theory for understanding the
structure and evolution of genomes.  Applicants should have a Ph.D.,
postdoctoral experience, teaching experience and clear evidence of
significant productivity, creativity and independence. Successful candidates
will be expected to develop vigorous extramurally funded research programs,
participate in the training of Ph.D. candidates and contribute to graduate
and undergraduate academic programs. Additional information is available at

Review of applications will begin January 2, 2003 and continue until the
position is filled. Applicants should forward a hard copy of a curriculum
vitae, descriptions of teaching and research experience and interests,
copies of key publications and arrange for three letters of recommendation
to be sent to:

					Dr. Stephanie E. Curtis
					Computational Genomics Search Committee
					Department of Genetics, Box 7614
					North Carolina State University
					Raleigh, NC  27695-7614
					e-mail: securtis at ncsu.edu

NCSU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. ADA
Accommodations: Jeffrey Hawley (jeff_hawley at ncsu.edu; ph: 919-515-5727; fax:
919-515-3355). In its commitment to diversity and equity, NC State
University seeks applications from women, minorities and persons with


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