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Faculty Positions - Plant Molecular Biol. - Ohio State U.

Randy Scholl scholl.1 at osu.edu
Tue Oct 16 13:38:59 EST 2001


The Plant Molecular Biology/Biotechnology Program (PMBB) at The Ohio
State University is seeking applicants for tenure-track faculty
positions at the ASSISTANT PROFESSOR level. PMBB is a campus-wide,
inter-departmental/inter-College program comprised of faculty that
conduct research and train graduate students/postdocs in fundamental
and applied aspects of plant science.  One position will be in the
Department of Plant Biology and a second position is pending approval
in the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science. We seek
candidates that broaden our current research expertise and stress
fundamental or applied molecular-based studies.  Areas include signal
transduction mechanisms and development, plant
physiology/biochemistry, genomics, metabolic engineering, as well as
proteomic and genomic approaches to enhance value-added traits of
plants, related to, but not limited to pharmaceuticals,
nutraceuticals, carbon sequestration and global warming, or
resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses.  Postdoctoral experience
and a record of excellence in research are required. The successful
candidates are expected to establish a strong and creative research
program supported by extramural funding and will be expected to
participate in departmental teaching.

Please submit a curriculum vita, a concise statement of research
plans and a description of teaching experience and interests and
arrange to have three reference letters sent to: Dr. Randy Scholl,
c/o Beth Witkowski, PMBB Search Committee, College of Biological
Sciences, 105 BioSciences Building, The Ohio State University, 484
West 12th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210-1292. Review of applications
will begin December 1, 2001.

The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer. Qualified women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with
disabilities are encouraged to apply


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