FACULTY POSITION IN DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS
The Department of Biology, Indiana University-Purdue University
at Indianapolis invites applications for a tenure-track position
beginning August 1995 at the level of Assistant Professor. We
seek a highly qualified individual working on genes involved in
animal embryonic development and pattern formation, regeneration,
or cell transformation. Research may be on mechanisms of tissue
interaction, cell/matrix interactions, expression and mechanism
of action of growth factors in growth and differentiation, or
closely related areas. Postdoctoral training is essential. The
successful candidate will be expected to establish an externally
funded research program and demonstrate a strong commitment to
undergraduate and graduate education. Laboratory space in a new
research facility adjacent to the Indiana University School of
Medicine, a competitive salary and substantial start-up funds are
available. The Department of Biology offers both Master's and
Ph.D. degrees and has 21 full time faculty of professorial rank
whose research interests include cell/molecular biology,
developmental biology, immunology, membrane biochemistry and
oncology. Opportunities for collaborative research with faculty
in the Department of Biology, other School of Science
Departments, the School of Medicine are available and encouraged.
Applicants should sent a curriculum vitae, three letters of
recommendation and a statement of teaching and research interests
to: (Dr. Ellen Chernoff, Chair Search and Screen Committee)
Chair, Search and Screen Committee
Department of Biology
Indiana University-Purdue University
723 W. Michigan St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5132
Applications must be received by January 20, 1994.
Indiana University-Purdue University is an Equal Opportunity-
Affirmative Actions Employer. Women and minority candidates are
particularly encouraged to apply.
e-mail applications CANNOT be accepted.