The Faculties of Sciences of the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne,
Switzerland, invite applications for two positions of:
Professor of Plant Biology
Both positions are full-time, beginning October 1st, 2000, and require a
Ph.D. or equivalent. Evidence of effective teaching experience and
direction of research programs is required. The successful applicant will
give courses in French; a grace period can be granted for language
acquisition. Both institutions offer excellent research opportunities in
Université de Genève
Professeur ordinaire ou adjoint
au Département de botanique et biologie végétale
Full Professor or Associate Professor
in the Department of Plant Biology
Candidates will be expected to direct cutting-edge research in the areas of
plant molecular and cellular biology.
Université de Lausanne
à l'Institut d'écologie
in the Plant Biology Laboratory of the Institute of Ecology
Candidates should have a publication record in plant cell biology.
Preference will be given to specialists in structure-function relationships.
Applications, including a curriculum vitae, a statement of proposed
research, three examples of publications and names and addresses of
referees, should be submitted before May 1st 2000 to:
For Geneva: Secrétariat de la Faculté des Sciences, Université de Genève,
30 Quai Ernest-Ansermet, CH-1211 Genève 4, Switzerland, where inquiries can
be made (Tel. +41-22-702-6652). For further information: E-mail:
jean-david.rochaix at molbio.unige.ch.
For Lausanne: the Décanat of the Faculty of Science, Collège
Propédeutique, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland. For further information on
infrastructure, responsablitites and conditions see http://www.unil.ch/ibpv
Candidates are encouraged to apply for both positions but if applying for
one position must state which one in their applications. The Universities
encourage applications from women.
Department of Molecular Biology
University of Geneva
30, Quai Ernest Ansermet
1211 Geneva 4
Tel +41 22 702 6187
Fax +41 22 702 6868
e-mail Jean-David. Rochaix at molbio.unige.ch