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FACULTY POSITION--Molecular Nematologist

bhyman at ucrac1.ucr.edu bhyman at ucrac1.ucr.edu
Wed Nov 27 22:20:27 EST 1996

Assistant Professor/Assistant Nematologist.  Applications are invited
for a 11-month, tenure-track faculty position in the Department of
Nematology, emphasizing 75% research, and 25% teaching in molecular
biology.  Appointment level and salary to be commensurate with
experience.  The position requires a Ph. D. and demonstrated ability
to conduct independent research.  At least two years of postdoctoral
research experience with plant-parasitic nematodes is desirable.  The
successful applicant is expected to develop a molecular-based research
program designed to understand and manipulate nematode biology in the
context of the host plant and the soil rhizosphere.  Specific areas
are not limited to, but might include, host and mate
signal-recognition processes in the rhizosphere, and mechanisms of
host resistance and susceptibility.  The research should complement
and interact with existing Nematology Department projects as well as
the larger campus community including programs in molecular biology
and genetics.  Teaching responsibilities will focus at the graduate
level but may include participation in an undergraduate molecular
biology course.  Applicants should send CV, bibliography,
undergraduate and graduate transcript, Ph.D. dissertation
summary, reprints and research manuscripts in press, a statement of
research goals and teaching interests, and three letters of reference
to J. G. Baldwin, Department of Nematology, University of California,
Riverside, CA 92521-0415, james.baldwin at ucr.edu, FAX 909-787-3719.
Additional information about Nematology and associated departments is
available at http://nemweb.ucr.edu/nemhp.html.  Applications will be
reviewed beginning February 15, 1997.  The University of California is
an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

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