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[Arabidopsis] Faculty Positions at NYU Center for Comparative Functional Genomics

Gloria Coruzzi gloria.coruzzi at nyu.edu
Wed Oct 4 12:48:37 EST 2006

New York University: A private university in the public service

Department of Biology

As part of a multi-year hiring plan, New York University's Center for 
Comparative Functional Genomics in the Department of Biology invites 
applications for multiple faculty positions (rank open) to begin 
September 1, 2007, or as negotiated, pending administrative 
approval.  Candidates using high throughput approaches and 
computational methods to investigate biological regulatory mechanisms 
and their evolution at the level of systems and networks are 
especially encouraged to apply.  Candidates will be expected to have 
or develop active, externally funded research programs and to 
participate in the department's teaching activities at both the 
undergraduate and graduate levels.  The Center and the Department 
(http://www.nyu.edu/fas/dept/biology) offer an outstanding and 
collegial research environment and opportunities for active 
collaborations with other related divisions within the university 
including the NYU Courant Institute's Departments of Math and 
Computer Science and with genomic consortia formed with other New 
York institutions.

Applications should include cover letter, research statement, 
curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference.   Electronic 
applications as PDF files should be sent to 
biology.recruitment at nyu.edu

Chair of the Search Committee
New York University
Center for Comparative Functional Genomics
Department of Biology
New York University
1009 Silver Center
100 Washington Square East
New York, N.Y. 10003

Closing date: Nov 30, 2006.

  NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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Dr. Gloria Coruzzi
Chair of Biology
Carroll & Milton Petrie Professor

New York University
Department of Biology
100 Washington Square East
1009 Main Building
New York, N.Y. 10003

gloria.coruzzi at nyu.edu

Fax: 212-995-3671
Office Phone:  212-998-3963



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