Faculty Positions at Thomas Jefferson University: botulinum toxin project

Charles Miller 4amiller at bellsouth.net
Sun Mar 14 22:06:12 EST 2004

Three positions are available for RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSORS or RESEARCH
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS to join an established research program that focuses on
the site and mechanism of action of botulinum toxin. Each of the new faculty
recruits will head a team composed of research associates, postdoctoral
fellows, and graduate students. In general terms, the three teams will focus
on: (1) molecular biology and structural biology, (2) cell biology, and (3)
immunology. In the near future, an additional team will be added that will
focus on drug and vaccine development. All of the new faculty positions are
already funded. 

The successful applicants should have a solid record of scholarly
accomplishment, including publications in peer-reviewed journals. Preference
will be given to applicants who have a demonstrated ability to obtain
extramural grants and contracts.

Applicants who are interested in the positions should submit a letter that
includes a statement of past research accomplishments and proposed future
goals. Applicants should also submit their curriculum vitae, as well as the
names of three persons who can provide letters of evaluation. These
materials should be submitted to:

Lance L. Simpson, Ph.D.
Professor of Medicine
Jefferson Medical College
1020 Locust Street, Room 314
Philadelphia, PA 19107
E-mail: lance.simpson at jefferson.edu

Thomas Jefferson University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity


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