Molecular Systematics/Evolution at Oklahoma State

Palmer, Mike mike.palmer at OKSTATE.EDU
Fri Apr 14 12:42:34 CDT 2006

Assistant Professor: Evolutionary Biology / Molecular Systematics

The Department of Botany at Oklahoma State University
( <> ) seeks to fill
a tenure track Assistant Professor position (start date negotiable), as
part of an Oklahoma NSF EPSCoR initiative to develop plant virology
statewide (  Successful candidates
are expected to mentor students and develop extramurally funded
experimental research on the molecular systematics or evolution of
plants or plant viruses.  Expertise in molecular biology and a working
knowledge of bioinformatics are required.  Opportunities exist for
collaborative research in plant biology spanning Oklahoma's research
universities and the S. R. Noble Foundation.  Teaching duties will
include appropriate undergraduate and graduate courses.  A Ph.D. degree,
strong publication record and postdoctoral experience are required.
Position will remain open until filled; for full consideration, submit a
pdf containing a vita, statements of research and teaching interests,
and contact information for three references by 26 May, 2006 to
paula.shryock at  OSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative
action employer.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.



Michael W. Palmer, Botany Department, Oklahoma State University
104 LSE Stillwater OK 74078 USA 405-744-7717 fax:405-744-7074
OSU Botany: <>
OSU Ecology: <>  


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