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Old 09-18-2003, 10:24 PM
John C. Walker
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Dear Colleagues,

Please bring these positions to the attention of qualified
candidates. At least one of the hires will be in Plant Biochemistry
(broadly defined).


ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BIOCHEMISTRY

The Department of Biochemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia,
invites applications for two tenure-track Assistant or Associate
Professor positions, particularly from scientists studying the
biochemistry and molecular biology of plants, yeast or animals. In a
multi-year expansion, the department ([Only registered users see links. ]) will
complement existing strengths in receptors, signaling, proteins and
enzymes, gene expression, radiopharmaceuticals, structural biology
and plant biochemistry. The University is noted for interdisciplinary
research programs, which will be enhanced by a $60 million Life
Sciences Center opening in fall 2004. Position qualifications
include a Ph.D. in biochemistry or a related field or an M.D., and
postdoctoral experience. Successful applicants will have or develop
an outstanding research program and contribute to Departmental
teaching activities. Involvement in campus-wide programs in cancer,
cardiovascular disease, neurobiology and aging, nutrition,
reproductive biology, plant biology or proteomics would be desirable.
Submit a curriculum vitae and descriptions of current and planned
research activities, and have three letters of reference sent to:
Chair Biochemistry Search Committee, Department of Biochemistry, 117
Schweitzer Hall, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65211.
Electronic submission to [Only registered users see links. ] is encouraged.
Review of applications will begin November 15. MU is an EEO/AA/ADA
Employer, and encourages applications from women and minorities. For
ADA accommodations, please contact our ADA Coordinator at (573)
884-7278 (V/TTY).

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John C. Walker
Professor
Division of Biological Sciences
314 Tucker Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia MO 65211-7400


phone 573-882-3583
fax 573-882-0123
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