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Bioinformatics faculty position

Jeff Dangl dangl at email.unc.edu
Wed Sep 22 16:58:41 EST 1999


Following is a job announcment from UNC-Chapel Hill. We interpret
"Bioinformatics" here in a broad sense. It could include persons working on
structural biology issues who use state of the art algorithms to anlyze
genomes, gene familes, and / or proteins. It could involve muttiple
species, plant and animal, and it could also include computer scientists
interested in applying new analysis tools to genomics computing.

Please pass along to any interested colleagues in your institution.


Jeff Dangl

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
College of Arts and Sciences

Faculty position in Bioinformatics

As part of an ongoing University initiative in Genomics Science, the
College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina, Chapel
Hill, announces a tenure-track junior faculty position in bioinformatics.
A competitive salary and startup package is available for an appointment to
begin on or after July 1, 2000.

Requirements include a Ph.D. in biology, chemistry, statistics, math,
computer science or related discipline along with demonstrated research
excellence in bioinformatics.  Appointment or joint appointment will be in
the appropriate department(s) in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Send resume, concise research plans, and arrange for at least three letters
of reference to be sent to:	Search Committee for Bioinformatics
College of Arts and Sciences
CB 3100, South Building
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill NC 27599-3100

Applications completed by December 1, 1999 are guaranteed full consideration.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal Opportunity/ADA

Jeff Dangl
Dept. of Biology
108 Coker Hall CB#3280
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3280
Phone:   (919)-962-5624
Fax:        (919)-962-1625
Email:    dangl at email.unc.edu


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