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Tenure track position in Illinois

Kevin Edwards kaedwar at ilstu.edu
Thu Nov 14 09:03:11 EST 2002

Please be aware of the following tenure-track position. Readers of 
bionet.drosophila are encouraged to apply, particularly if your 
research touches on ecological or evolutionary questions.

Illinois State University


Biological Sciences (www.bio.ilstu.edu) is searching for a 
August 16, 2003.  The successful candidate will be expected to 
develop an independent, high quality, extramurally funded research 
program in vertebrate ecological/evolutionary physiology, with 
emphasis on the study of whole organisms, and to contribute to 
training of BS, MS, and PhD students.  Teaching responsibilities will 
include undergraduate Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy and graduate 
course(s) in area of expertise.  Research using lower vertebrates as 
a model system is particularly attractive, but a record of 
achievement and a promising research program are more important than 
the specific research area.  PhD required, postdoctoral experience 
preferred.  To assure full consideration, please send applications 
consisting of a CV, up to 3 publications, 3 recommendation letters, 
and a brief statement of research goals by November 29, 2002 to: 
Craig Gatto, Chair, Physiology Search Committee, Campus Box 4120, 
Illinois State University, Normal, IL 61790-4120, email: 
cgatto at ilstu.edu.  Initial review of applications will begin November 
29, 2002 and will continue until position is filled. Illinois State 
University is an Equal Opportunity University encouraging diversity.

Dr. Kevin A. Edwards
Asst. Prof. of Genetics
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Illinois State University
Box 4120
Normal, IL 61790-4120

Office 	309-438-7689
Fax 	309-438-3722
Lab	309-438-5075
kaedwar at ilstu.edu
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