The following advertisement appeared recently in Nature:
Department of Biology
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
A lectureship is available for a molecular biologist with interests in the
biology of prokaryotic or eukaryotic microorganisms.
The appointment is intended to strengthen the research and teaching in
Microbiology. Initial teaching loads will be limited to help the appointee
establish an active research programme. Applicants should be able to
assist with the teaching of basic prokaryotic microbiology and to develop
advanced teaching in their own area of interest. The latter will involve
the application of modern molecular techniques in microbial physiology,
biochemistry, cell biology, genetics or ecology. The ability to develop
collaborative programmes with established research groups in the College
would be an advantage.
The post is at Lecturer A, current salary =A314,756-=A319,326 plus =A32,134
London weighting. Candidates should have a PhD and are likely to have 2-3
years post-doctoral experience. Further details of the post are available
from the Departmental Administrator, Dept. of Biology, Darwin Building,
University College London, Gower St. London WC1E 6BT, UK. (0171-380 7098)
or informally from Prof. M.C.W. Evans (0171-380 7312).
Closing Date for applications December 12 1994.
Working Toward Equal Opportunity.
Anyone interested in applying for this post should contact me by E-mail for
Dept. of Biology
University College London
London WC1E 6BT, U.K.
E-mail: S.Purton at ucl.ac.uk (Internet)
Phone: 071-387 7050 x2675
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