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Two faculty positions for Plant Biologists

Pam Green green at msu.edu
Sun Oct 28 16:10:11 EST 2001

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<font face="Times New Roman, Times" size=4><b>Plant Biologists (2)<br>
University of Delaware<br>
Department of Plant And Soil Sciences<br>
Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI)<br>
The Department of Plant and Soil Sciences and the DBI invite applications
for two tenure-track faculty positions at the ASSISTANT or ASSOCIATE
professor levels. The successful candidates will be expected to develop a
vigorous extramurally funded research program in an area of contemporary
plant biology with a high potential for unique fundamental discoveries,
and participate in teaching.&nbsp; Candidates whose research would be
maximally enhanced by the interactions within a new multidisciplinary
institute are particularly encouraged to apply, as are those interested
in exploring systems approaches to biological problems and/or the
collaborative application of basic research for crop improvement. The
University of Delaware is committed to building a world-class research
and education program in plant biology through the combined efforts of
the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, the Delaware Biotechnology
Institute (DBI), and other units on campus. DBI-associated faculty hold
appointments at the University of Delaware in one or more of the
following units: Plant and Soil Sciences, Marine Studies, Animal and Food
Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Computer and Information Sciences,
Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Business and Economics,
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Material Science and Engineering,
and Mechanical Engineering. For more information on the DBI and its
faculty, see
(<a href="http://www.dbi.udel.edu/" eudora="autourl">www.dbi.udel.edu</a>).
Competitive salary/start up packages, newly built modern lab space, and
state-of-the art facilities for microarray/gene chip analysis,
proteomics, bioimaging and computational biology are available.
Candidates must have a Ph.D., postdoctoral training, and a demonstrated
excellence in innovative research at the molecular level. Applicants
should forward a curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and
future plans, and have three reference letters sent to: Pamela J. Green,
Chair, Plant Biology Search, c/o Amy Broadhurst, Department of Plant and
Soil Sciences, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716-1301. The review
of applications will begin December 1, 2001 and continue until suitable
candidates are identified. The curriculum vitae and letters of reference
shall be shared with departmental faculty.<br>
The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer that
encourages applications from minority group members and women.&nbsp; For
further information, please consult our web site
<a href="http://www.udel.edu/" eudora="autourl">www.udel.</a><a 
href="http://www.udel.edu/" eudora="autourl">edu<br>



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