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Faculty Search

Peter Harte pjh3 at po.cwru.edu
Mon Nov 13 08:29:38 EST 2000


The Department of Genetics and Center for Human Genetics at Case Western
Reserve University and University Hospitals of Cleveland seeks outstanding
applicants for several faculty positions.

The Department has strong research programs in human, molecular, and
developmental genetics. Over twenty-five basic science and clinical faculty
base their research, teaching, and clinical activities in the Department of
Genetics. State-of-the-art research laboratories, with research programs in
human genetics, molecular genetics, gene expression, developmental
genetics, chromosome structure and function, genome evolution and
organization, functional genomics and genetic epidemiology, provide an
opportunity for collaborative research in all aspects of genetics, in
organisms ranging from Drosophila and C. elegans to mouse and humans.

Computational Genetics and Genomics Faculty Search: One tenure-track
appointment at the level of Assistant Professor with expertise in
mathematical, quantitative or computational analysis of genetics and

Genetics Faculty Search: Several tenure-track appointments at the level of
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor. We intend to build on strengths in
developmental genetics, chromosome structure/function, complex traits, and
genetic disease and expand the scope of genetic research in our department.

Applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae, including a brief statement of
current and future research interests, and should arrange for at least
three letters of reference.

All materials should indicate the search for which the application is
intended and should be addressed to:

Faculty Search
Department of Genetics
Case Western Reserve University
University Hospitals of Cleveland
Biomedical Research Building 7th floor
2109 Adelbert Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44106-4955

Case Western Reserve University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
encouraging excellence through diversity.  Qualified women and minority
candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

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