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tenure-track plant position

John.W.Schiefelbein at UM.CC.UMICH.EDU John.W.Schiefelbein at UM.CC.UMICH.EDU
Mon Sep 20 17:05:40 EST 1993

Please call the following position announcement to the attention of
suitable candidates.  Note: We hope to fill the plant position with
someone who studies developmental questions, but strong candidates in
other areas of plant molecular biology will be considered.
The Department of Biology, University of Michigan, invites applications
for tenure-track positions in the field of cellular, molecular, and
developmental biology.  The Department has made a substantial commitment
to new hiring in these areas.  Three positions are available immediately
and there is a possibility of a fourth.  The areas of interest are
molecular cell biology, molecular/cell biology of plant development,
molecular/cell biology of animal development, and prokaryotic gene
regulation.  The existing appointments are at the junior level, but
appointments at higher levels will be considered.  Candidates must have
a Ph.D., postdoctoral training, a demonstrated record of publication,
and a strong interest in teaching.  The successful candidates will join
a large, diverse department with research foci ranging from molecular
through organismal biology.  In addition to establishing a strong
research program, the successful candidates will be expected to participate
in teaching undergraduate and graduate-level courses in their areas of
expertise.  Applications should include a current C.V., up to three
relevant reprints, and a brief statement of future research plans.
Applicants should also request that three letters of reference be sent.
All materials must be received by November 1, 1993, and should be 
directed to:
       Chair, Cell and Molecular Biology Search Committee
       Department of Biology
       University of Michigan
       Natural Sciences Building
       Ann Arbor, Michigan  48109-1048
The University of Michigan is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity

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