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Old 10-19-2007, 05:43 PM
Scott Poethig
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Plant biologists are strongly encouraged to apply for this position.


TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITION IN GENOMICS/SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

The Department of Biology at the University of Pennsylvania is
seeking to hire a colleague employing genomic-scale methods to study
fundamental problems in any experimental system (animal, fungal,
plant, microbial). Areas of interest include, but are not limited
to: systems-level studies of functional and/or comparative analysis
of gene activity or evolution, cellular, developmental or
physiological processes, and computational analysis of biological
signals or patterns.

Applicants are expected to have demonstrated excellence and
productivity in research, and a desire to teach at the undergraduate
and graduate levels. We anticipate that this appointment will be
made at the Assistant Professor level, but outstanding senior
candidates will be given serious consideration. The University of
Pennsylvania encompasses a vibrant and collegial group of genomics
researchers; if appropriate, appointment will be made jointly with
the Penn Genomics Institute and/or suitable departments within the
Schools of Arts & Sciences, Medicine, or Engineering & Applied
Sciences. Further information about this search, and the Department
of Biology can be found at [Only registered users see links. ].

Applicants are encouraged to email a cover letter, CV, description of
research interests and up to three reprints as .pdf files to:
[Only registered users see links. ] with Genomics in the subject
line.. Alternatively, these documents may be sent to: Genomics
Search, Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia PA 19104-6018. Applicants at the Assistant Professor
level should also arrange for at least three letters of reference to
be sent to the email address above (as .pdf files) or to the postal
address. In addition, a short on-line profile at
[Only registered users see links. ] must be
completed by all applicants Review of applications will begin in late
October, and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity, affirmative
action employer. Women and minority candidates are strongly
encouraged to apply

--
Scott Poethig
Professor
University of Pennsylvania
Biology Department
433 S. University Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6018

phone: 215-898-8915
fax: 215-898-8780
email: [Only registered users see links. ]
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