The following job was sent to the ASM news for listing October, 2000. Parasitologists who otherwise meet the requirements are encouraged to apply. Please direct all inquiries to the address at the end of the job offer.
Tenure-Track Faculty Position
Experienced Assistant or Entry-level Associate Professor: state-funded medical school Microbiology and Immunology Department. Current department research focus areas: molecular biology of host-bacterial and viral pathogen intracellular parasites; host-viral and cancer immunobiology; immune regulation. Strong research environment. Light teaching and service load. Lots of research time. Experienced and well-funded faculty associates. Good facilities, Esprit de corps of department is excellent. Core biotechnical services available. High quality vivarial BSL-2 and 3 facility available including new non-human primate and rodent area. Negotiable start-up/relocation funds available. Competitive salary and fringes. Applicants with proven grant procurement skills and active research grant(s) are invited to apply. Send complete CV, names of three references, and brief statement of research interests and career development plans to Dr. Joseph H. Coggin, Jr., Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Microbiology and Immunology Dept., University of South Alabama, College of Medicine, Mobile, AL 36688. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
Stephen G. Kayes, Ph.D.
Cell Biology & Neuroscience; 2042 MSB
University of South Alabama College of Medicine
Mobile, AL 36688-0002
(334) 460-6768 (Voice)
(334) 460-6771 (FAX)