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Position Open

Mark Farmer farmer at emlab.cb.uga.edu
Wed Sep 24 13:52:48 EST 1997

Dear Colleagues,

We have a faculty vacancy in the Department of Biology at Loyola, and
somehow I've managed to convince my colleagues that what we REALLY
need is a MICROBIAL SYSTEMATIST! We hope for someone who can teach
general micro and who is conversant with molecular phylogenetic
analysis, working on anything small (!!; e.g., archeae, eubacteria,
viruses, protists, etc.).

If you know anyone who is qualified, please pass on the ad below, or
let me know. The advertisement will appear in the 26 September issue


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Ian A. Boussy                   iboussy at orion.it.luc.edu
Associate Professor of Biology  tel.  (773) 508-3635
Loyola University of Chicago    FAX   (773) 508-3646
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MICROBIAL SYSTEMATIST.  The Biology Department of Loyola University of
Chicago invites applications for a tenure-track ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
position beginning August 1998.  The candidate should have a Ph.D.,
post-doctoral experience and be able to teach a general microbiology
course, a course in the candidate's specialty area, and one of the
department's required courses.  The successful candidate is expected
to establish a vigorous, independent research program involving
systematics of lower eukaryotes, prokaryotes or viruses.  The
candidate should submit an application letter, curriculum vitae,
statements of research and teaching interests and arrange that three
letters of recommendation be submitted to:  Microbial Systematist
Search Committee, Biology Department, Loyola University of Chicago,
6525 North Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60626.  All materials should be
submitted by November 1, 1997.  The Department of Biology's web page
is at: http://www.luc.edu/depts/biology/ .  Loyola University is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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