The Department of Microbiology of NYU School of Medicine is seeking to
fill 1-2 tenure track positions at the Assistant/Associate Professor
level within the next 1-2 years. We are particularly interested in
attracting outstanding researchers with a Ph.D. or M.D. degree working
in the fields of viral and bacterial pathogenesis but will also
welcome applications from individuals interested in the molecular
analysis of viral and bacterial function in general. Participation in
the Department's graduate teaching is expected. Start-up funds are
The Department of Microbiology is housed in the Medical Science
Building at NYU Medical Center, with additional faculty located in the
adjacent Skirball Institute of Biomedical Research and nearby Aaron
Diamond AIDS Research Center and Public Health Research Institute.
The research interests of the faculty are diverse with an emphasis on
mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis including the study of AIDS &
retrovirology, host defense mechanisms, microbial and molecular
genetics, oncogenesis, growth factors, cytokines and the regulation of
gene expression. The Department has an active NIH-supported graduate
training program and also participates in interdisciplinary NIH funded
programs in the Kaplan Cancer Center and the Center for AIDS Research.
Applicants should send their curriculum vitae, names of three
references and a brief statement of research interests to:
Microbiology Search Committee, Department of Microbiology, NYU Medical
Center, 550 First Avenue, New York, NY, 10016.