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Faculty Position - Plant Stress Physiology

R. Dave Evans rdevans at wsu.edu
Wed Sep 22 11:59:39 EST 2004

Plant Stress Physiologist

The School of Biological Sciences at Washington State University invites
applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant/Associate
Professor level in Plant Stress Physiology (details at
www.sci.wsu.edu/sbs/index.php3).  We are interested in individuals whose
research focus is on plant responses to stress using biochemical, molecular
and genomics approaches.  Examples of areas of research include studies on
mechanisms of stress sensing and signaling, effects of biotic or abiotic
stress on nutrient assimilation and partitioning and reproductive
development, and plant tolerance mechanisms.  The successful candidate will
be expected to establish an internationally recognized, externally-funded
research program and teach undergraduate and graduate courses.  Preference
will be given to applicants with postdoctoral experience, success in
grantsmanship, and teaching experience.  Applicants should submit a letter
of application, curriculum vitae, selected reprints, statements on research
and teaching interests, and contact details for three letters of reference
(including E-mail addresses) to: Gerald Edwards, Chair, Search Committee,
School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman WA,
99164-4236.  Inquiries can be sent to edwardsg at wsu.edu.  Review of
applications will begin on November 15, 2004.  WSU is an equal opportunity
educator and employer.  Members of protected groups are encouraged to apply.


R. Dave Evans
School of Biological Sciences
PO Box 644236
Washington State University
Pullman, WA   99164-4236

Office: 509-335-7466
Lab:    509-335-6154
FAX:    509-335-3184


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