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Tenure track position in protein biology/proteomics at the

Peter McCourt mccourt at botany.utoronto.ca
Mon Mar 5 21:51:40 EST 2001

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<TITLE>Tenure track position in protein biology/proteomics at the 
Univerity of Toronto</TITLE>
<FONT FACE="Times New Roman">This is a copy of an advertisement that 
is coming out in Science and Nature in the near future. This position 
is open to all nationalities and the closing date is May 1, 2000 <BR>
Peter McCourt<BR>
The Department of Botany at the University of Toronto invites 
applications for a Tenure-Track Faculty Position at the Assistant 
Professor level in the areas of protein biology/proteomics. 
&nbsp;Areas for recruitment include, but are not restricted to, 
protein structure/function, protein-protein interaction, protein-DNA 
interactions, protein design and evolution, and bioinfomatics. 
&nbsp;Candidates from all fields who have an interest in plant or 
microbial biology will be considered. &nbsp;The successful candidate 
will be expected to participate in undergraduate and graduate 
teaching of plant biochemistry, and to interact with faculty members 
across campus working in proteomics, genomics and bioinfomatics. 
Applicants should arrange to have four reference letters sent 
directly to the address below. &nbsp;In addition, applicants should 
forward a curriculum vitae, copies of significant publications and 
statements of research and teaching interests, to Chair, Protein 
Biology Search Committee, Department of Botany, University of 
Toronto, 25 Willcocks St., Toronto, M5S 3B2 Canada before May 1, 
2001. The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity 
within its community. &nbsp;The University especially welcomes 
applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal 
persons, persons with disabilities, and others who may contribute to 
further diversification of ideas are encouraged to apply.<BR>


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