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KERR CHAIR IN BIOCHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA

Gregory D. Reinhart gdr at toto.chem.uoknor.edu
Thu Dec 22 11:52:24 EST 1994


               UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
      Grayce B. Kerr Endowed Chair in Biochemistry

  The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The 
University of Oklahoma (OU), Norman Campus, is seeking an 
outstanding individual to occupy the GRAYCE B. KERR ENDOWED CHAIR 
in Biochemistry.  Candidates must have an active, funded research 
program in any area of biochemistry, a strong record of research 
accomplishments, and a demonstrated commitment to undergraduare 
and graduate education.  The successful candidate must qualify for 
a tenured professor appointment in the department.  The Kerr Chair 
will occupy ample newly renovated research space and will have 
continuing discretionary research support funds.  A competitive 
salary, fringe benefits, and start-up package will be offered.  
Applicants should submit a complete curriculum vitae including a 
description of current research activities with plans for future 
work, and the names, addresses, telephone and fax numbers of three 
individuals who are willing to supply letters of reference.  
Review of applications will begin 15 January 1995 and continue 
until an appointment is made.  Application materials should be 
sent to:  Dr. David A. Young, Dean and Chair, Grayce B. Kerr 
Endowed Chair Search Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, 
University of Oklahoma, 601 Elm, Room 1100, Norman, OK  73019-
0315.

  The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
OU has a policy of being responsive to the needs of dual career
couples.



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