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Medical Center, invites applications for the position of FACULTY OF DENTISTRY
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Scherago Assocate, Inc. to develop research and clinic aprograms in autism and tology, cardiology, cardiac surgery, or vascular diseases.
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Applicants should read Positions Open ads carefully in strated interest in and commitment to research, teaching, effort.
order to submit all required material when responding, and clinical service in pervasive developmental disorders. The Cleveland Clinic Foundation employs over 700
and should especially check for any stated deadline for full-time physicians with diverse expertise. The research
receipt of applications. This is a tenure-track position at Stanford University at
the assistant professor level. Stanford University is committed institute consists of nine departments with more than
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advertising for employees. from such candidates. Applicants should forward curriculum ulum vitae, statement of research interests, and names of
To reply to a blind box ad, address correspondence to: vitae and the names of three referees within 4 weeks of at least three references to: Paul E. DiCorleto, Ph.D.,
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2 FEBRUARY 1990 PERSONNEL PLACEMENT 587
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR. Candidates must have ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR. The
at least 2 years ofpostdoctoral training using neurophysi- BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at
ological techniques to study central monoamine systems WILLIAMS COLLEGE The Medical College of Pennsylvania (MCP), Philadel-
in whole brain, slice, and cell culture preparations. phia, is recruiting for three tenure-track positions to
Expertise in pharmacology, biophysics, and the tech- Tenure-track position beginning July 1990 for a work with a multidisciplinary cancer research group. The
niques of patch clamping, electrochemical identification, broadly trained BIOLOGIST with strong interests in successful candidate is expected to have or to develop an
and anatomical tracing desirable. The candidate would both teaching and research. Development of a research independent research program and to collaborate with
be expected to work in a collaborative setting where basic program capable of obtaining extramural funding and other members of the group. Candidates must have an
neuroscience findings are integrated with behavior, both involving undergraduate students is expected. Normally, M.D. or a Ph.D. degree. Preference will be given to
normal and abnormal. Submit curriculum vitae, descrip- faculty members teach one course and two laboratory sec- individuals whose research involves the molecular basis
tion of future research program, and three letters of tions each semester. Ability to teach in one or more of the of tumor genes and gene products, growth factors and
reference by 15 March 1990 to: Benjamin S. Bunney, following areas is desired: molecular endocrinology, com- receptors, or tumor cell interactions with the host matrix.
M.D., Department of Psychiatry, Yale School of parative physiology, immunology, cellular physiology. Salary and rank are competitive and commensurate with
Medicine, 25 Park Street, Room 619, New Haven, Ph.D. required, postdoctoral experience desirable. rank and experience. Candidates should submit curricu-
CT 06519. Yale University is an Equal Opportunity/Afir- Please send curriculum vitae, statement of teaching and lum vitae and summary of research interests to:
mative Action Emnployer atnd applications from women atnd research interests, and three letters of reference by 15
February 1990 to: Chairman, Search Committee, De- Barbara F. Atkinson, M.D.
minority group members are specifically invited. Professor and Chairman
partment of Biology, Williams College, Williams-
YALE UNIVERSITY/PETROLOGY. The Depart- town, MA 01267. Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
ment of Geology and Geophysics invites applications for An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Wil- Medical College of Pennsylvania
an ASSISTANT PROFESSOR position in the area of liams College especially welcomes applicationsfrom women and 3300 Henry Avenue
metamorphic/igneous petrology. We are particularly in- minority candidates. Philadelphia, PA 19129
terested in field-based studies of regional-scale processes. Three letters of recommendation should be sent direct-
Research areas may include, but are not restricted to, the ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR ly by the referees to the above address. MCP is an
evolution of orogenic belts, fluid and heat flow during MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
orogenesis, physico-chemical and kinetic constraints on The St. Louis College of Pharmacy invites applications
the history and evolution of metamorphic and igneous for a full-time (9-month), tenure-track position in micro-
AQUATIC ECOLOGIST, ASSISTANT OR AS-
rocks, and the chronology of orogenic events. The SOCIATE PROFESSOR. A tenure-track research po-
biology starting fall of 1990. Applicants should possess a sition (70% research, 20% teaching, 10% service) is
appointment will complement existing programs in sta- Ph.D. in microbiology with special interest in medical
ble isotopic geochemistry, kinetics of geochemical reac- available at the University of Oklahoma Biological Sta-
microbiology. Responsibilities include teaching courses tion, with academic appointment in the Department of
tions, tectonics of convergent margins, and processes of in microbiology and immunology for pharmacy students
granitic magmatism. Zoology. The successful candidate will be expected to
and a survey course for nursing students. Send curricu- establish a strong research program in residence at the
Applicants should submit a letter of application, cur- lum vitae, graduate transcripts, and names, addresses,
riculum vitae, publications, and the names and addresses and telephone numbers of three references by 1 March biological station, to complement ongoing faculty re-
of at least three references to: Dr. Barry Saltzman, search in biology/ecology of reservoir and/or stream
1990 to: Dr. R. J. Cooper, Director, Division of organisms. Completed Ph.D. is required. Postdoctoral
Chairman, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Biological Sciences, St. Louis College of Pharmacy,
Yale University, P.O. Box 6666, New Haven, CT research experience, quality publications, strong quanti-
4588 Parkview Place, St. Louis, MO 63110. An Equal tative and computer skills, and demonstrated ability to
06520. Completed applications must be received by 1 Opportunity Employer.
April 1990. attract research funding are desirable. Forward curricu-
Yale University is atn Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Lewis and Clark College invites applications for 1-year lum vitae, reprints, description of research interests, and
sabbatical replacement position for a biochemist at the four letters of recommendation to: Dr. Loren G. Hill,
Employer. Director, University of Oklahoma Biological Station,
level of VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR to Kingston, OK 73439. Screening of applicants will
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR begin September 1990. A Ph.D. and commitment to begin 20 February 1990 and continue until the position
ION TRANSPORT teaching and under raduate research are essential. Suc- is filled. The University of Oklahoma is an Affirmative
The Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute cessful teaching and research experience are preferred. Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified women, mi-
wishes to hire an individual with research interests in ion Teaching responsibilities include the two-termbiochem- norities, and disabled persons are encouraged to apply.
transport. Preference will be given to applicants with an coursesequence, including ACS-approved department is
for nonmajors. Our
laboratories, and a science
interest in epithelial cells and/or electrophysiologic exper- well equipped with modem biochemical instrumentation BIOLOGY
tise. Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, a brief and a 300-MHz NMR. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, microbiology. Appli-
statement of their research interests, and names of three All applicants should send a letter of
references to: Dr. Hugh O'Brodovich, Director, Res- curriculum vitae, (unofficial) undergraduate application, cations are invited for a tenure-track position in the
piratory Research, Hospital for Sick Children, 555 ate transcripts, and letters from three referencesgradu-
and Department of Biology beginning in fall of 1990. The
University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G March 1990 to: Professor James Duncan, Chair,by
1 candidate should have a Ph.D. in microbiology or related
De- area, be familiar with latest bio-instrumentation, have a
1X8. Deadline: 15 March 1990. partment of Chemistry, Lewis and Clark College, strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, and have
The University of Chicago, Department ofAnthropol- nity Employer. 97219. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportu- a desire to develop a research program with undergradu-
ogyv, invites applications for a potential appointment to ates. Teaching responsibilities include a course in micro-
physical anthropology. Specialty is open, though prefer- biology and one in instrumentation, involvement in the
CELL BIOLOGIST introductory biology program, and possible involvement
ence will be given to individuals whose research interests YALE UNIVERSITY
complement those already present within the depart- in human anatomy lab.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Applicants should submit a letter of application, cur-
ment. Persons at an advanced ASSISTANT PROFES- riculum vitae, description of research interests, tran-
SOR OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR level are espe- The Department of Cell Biology, Yale University
cially encouraged to apply. Individuals with active pro- School of Medicine, is accepting applications for tenure- scripts, and three letters of reference by 30 March 1990
grams will be viewed most favorably. Send curriculum track positions at the ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE to: Martha A. Farver-Apgar, Director of Personnel,
vitae and addresses of references by 1 June 1990 to: AND PROFESSORIAL levels with a flexible starting Elizabethtown College, One Alpha Drive, Elizabeth-
Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of date. The department's new laboratory facilities will town, PA 17022. Afirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Chicago, 1126 East 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. enable us to expand and complement our existing strong Employer.
Equal Opportuniity/Affirmative Action Employer. research base. Candidates with an interest in develop-
BIOLOGY TEACHING POSMIION. The Bio-
mental biology; regulation ofcell growth and differentia-
ASSOCIATE SCIENCE ADVISER tion; interactions between the extracellular matrix, mem- logical Sciences Interdepartmental Program and the De-
partment of Microbiology at North Carolina State Uni-
A Washington, D.C.-based national trade organiza- branes, and cytoskeleton; organelle biogenesis and traf-
ficking; and image analysis at the light and electron versity (NCSU) invite applications for a 9-month, ten-
tion seeks a versatile biologist or chemist with a back- levels are encouraged to apply. It is antici- ure-track position at the ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
ground in the medical sciences and at least 3 years of microscopicsuccessful candidates will establish indepen-
pated that level. Principal duties will involve lecturing to large
experience beyond the completion of a doctorate. The dent, externally funded research programs. The depart- classes, student advising, and other assigned teaching
ideal candidate also will possess (or be willing to acquire) of cell biology and histology to duties in multisection introductory biology courses and
good skills with computers, data evaluation, information ment requires teachingsupervision o our graduate stu- microbiology classes as appropriate. Requirements in-
management, statistics, and verbal communication. The dents. Candidates and hold the Ph.D. or M.D. degrees clude a Ph.D. in microbiology, a broad background in
work presents a significant opportunity for someone who and have at least 2must of postdoctoral experience.
years the biological sciences, and demonstrated effectiveness in
wants to obtain experience and credentials in regulatory communicating with large classes. The person selected
toxicology and epidemiology, to make a transition from ofApplicantsand teaching interests, and vitae, statement
should submit curriculum
names of three will be expected to develop a productive research pro-
academia to the private sector, or to change career gram in microbiology. Send curriculum vitae, statement
direction from laboratory research to analysis. The salary references to: of research goals, statement of teaching experience and
can be as high as the mid-$50,000's with excellent fringe Dr. James D. Jamieson, Chairman potential to work in the described program, undergradu-
benefits. Send a brief cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of Department of Cell Biology ate and graduate transcripts, and three letters of recom-
publications, and names of four references (with tele- Yale tfniversity School of Medicine mendation before 28 February 1990 to: Dr. Charles F.
phone numbers and addresses) to: Denise F. DcMan, 333 Cedar Street Lytle, Coordinator, Biological Sciences Interdepart-
President, Bench International Search, Inc., 116 New Haven, CT 06510-0082 mental Program, Box 7611, NCSU, Raleigh, NC
North Robertson Boulevard, Suite 503, Los Angeles, Yale University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action 27695-7611. NCSU is an Afirmative Action/Equal Op-
CA 90048. Employer. portunity Employer.
588 SCIENCE, VOL. 247
CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Applications are invited for teaching appointments in the
Applications are invited for openings to be filled at the
Department of Physiology.
ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE, or FULL PROFES- Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent degree and have at least two years of postdoctoral experience in
SOR level. Applicants should have a strong record of one of the following areas:
research accomplishment utilizing molecular biology, cell
biology, protein chemistry, or electrophysiology. While (a) aspects of cellular and molecular physiology related to the regulation of cell growth and differentiation;
we are particularly interested in individuals studying (b) mechanism of action of hormones and hormone antagonists
mechanisms of signal transduction, stiucture and func- The appointee will be expected to develop an independent research programme in his own area of interest
tion of membrane proteins, and regulation of gene and be able to teach at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
expression, quality ofresearch and ability to complement
existing strengths in molecular endocrinology, mem- Gross annual emoluments range as follows:
brane biology, and cellular neurophysiology are of pri- Lecturer S$50,390 - 64,200
mary importance. Substantial start-up funds for equip- Senior Lecturer S$58,680 - 100,310
ment, personnel support, and supplies are available. Associate Professor S$88,650 - 122,870
Excellent opportunities exist for participation in estab- (US$1.00 = S$1.94 approximately)
lished thematic interdisciplinary programs. Rank and
salary will be based on academic and research record. The commencing salary will depend on the candidate's qualifications, experience and the level of
Minimum requirements include Ph.D. or M.D. degree appointment offered. In addition, appointees with a basic medical degree and an approved higher academic/
and 2 years of relevant postdoctoral training. Applicants professional qualification may opt to retain consultation fees up to 60% of their annual gross salary or to
should send curriculum vitae, a statement of research receive a fixed annual allowances as follows:
interests and plans, representative publications, and Lecturer S$6,000/9,000
names and addresses of at least three references. Screen- Senior Lecturer S$15,000
ing will begin 1 March 1990.
Dr. Kevin Campbell
Associate Professor S$2 1,000
Chairman, Cellular and Molecufar Physiology Search Leave and medical benefits will be provided. Depending on the type of contract offered, other benefits may
Department of Physiologv and Biophysics include: provident fund benefits or an end-of-contract gratuity, a settling-in allowance of S$1,000 or
Howard Hughes Macal Institute S$2,000, subsidised housing at nominal rentals ranging from S$100 to S$216 p.m., education allowance
The University of Iowa College of Medicine for up to three children subject to a maximum of S$10,000 per annum per child, passage assistance and
Iowa City, IA 52 2 baggage allowance for the transportation of personal effects to Singapore.
T'he Utniversity of Iowa is an Equal Opportunity/Afirma- Applications forms and further information on terms and conditions of service may be obtained from:
tive Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to
apply. The Director The Director
Personnel Department North America Office
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES National University of Singapore National University of Singapore
ST. AUGUSTINE, TRINIDAD 10 Kent Ridge Crescent 55 East 59th Street
Applications are invited for the following vacancies: Singapore 0511 New York, N.Y. 10022, U.S.A.
ZOOLOGY: (i) CHAIR, all major disciplines will be Tel: (212) 751-0331
considered; (ii) SENIOR LECTURER/LECTURER, Enquiries may also be sent through BITNET to PERSDEPT @ NUSVM, or through Telefax: (65) 7783948
CHEMISTRY: SENIOR LECTURER/LECTUR-
ER in physical chemistry with expertise in spectroscopy.
Annual salary ranges: chair, TT$91,788 to 111,372;
senior lecturer, TT$69,180 to 86,352; lecturer,
TT$54,708 to 77,604. Pensions, passages, housing al-
lowances, study and travel grant, etc. Send applications
naming three referees and detailing qualifications and
experience as soon as possible to: Registrar, The Uni-
versity of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad,
West Indies. Further particulars sent to all applicants.
The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia,
invites applications for the CHAIR IN ANATOMY SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, a worldwide leader in pharmaceutical
which wif be made available by the retirement of Profes- research, is seeking a scientist to conduct basic and applied research programs
sor G. S. Molyneux. Applicants must have an outstand- directed at understanding:
ing record of research in a relevant field of anatomy such * mechanisms of metabolism of novel therapeutic agents, in vitro
as cell biology, neurobiology, embryology and reproduc- * the effects of novel therapeutic agents on cytochrome P450 and other drug
tive anatomy, functional anatomy, and comparative anat- metabolizing enzymes.
omy. This should be supported by a distinguished record
of teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The position offers substantial opportunity for collaboration with other scientists
The appointee will be expected to carry out research and involved in the discovery and development of novel therapeutic agents. As part
to provide leadership in the scholarly activities of the of multi-disciplinary project teams, the scientist will be expected to provide the
department, particularly in the promotion of high stan- drug metabolism perspective to fellow research scientists. Since the scientist will
dards and encouragement of research and postgraduate assume a high degree of project related responsibility, the position will also draw
studies. The appointee will be offered the opportunity to heavily upon individual scientific initiative, independence and innovation.
assume headshsp of the department with a frst term of Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are critical. Publication and
office on commencement of duty, thereafter according to presentation of research findings are strongly encouraged.
the administrative rules of the university. The depart- All positions require a Ph.D. in Biological or Chemical Sciences and a working
ment maintains a wide ranse of interactions with other knowledge of state of the approaches to in vitro drug metabolism studies.
departrnents in the biological and health sciences and Additional experimental experience with purified isozymes of cytochrome P450
contributes to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching is preferred. Experience in bioanalytical methods development including HPLC
in the Faculties of Science, Medicine, Dentistry, and and GC and in analysis of drugs and their metabolites in biologic fluids is required.
Veterinary Science. For fiuther information, please con-
tact: Professor C. J. Hawkins, Pro-Vice-Chanccllor Based in a state of the art research facility in suburban Philadelphia near Valley
(Biological Sciences), telephone: 07-377-2384. The Forge, PA, SmithKline Beecham provides a stimulating, collegial atmosphere with
salary or a professor is A$65,837 per annum. Super- extensive scientific resources available to each scientist. We offer an attractive
annuation, access to special studies programs, and as- compensation/benefits/relocation package. For confidential review, please
sistance with relocation costs are provided. Application forward your CV to Liz McKendry, L-113, SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals,
forms and firther details may be obtained from: P.O. Box 1539, King of Prussia, PA 19406-0939. We are an Equal Opportunity
Appointments (37430), Association of Common- Employer, M/F/H/V.
wealth Universities, 36 Gordon Square, London
WClH OPF, England. Please forward an original plus
copies of application and r6sume to: The Director,
Personnl Services, The University of Queensland, St.
Lucia 4067, Australia, by 2 March 1990. Reference
No. 58789. Equal Opportunity in Employment is univer-
2 FEBRUARY I990
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
DEAN OF SCHOOL OF GRADUATE CELL CULTURE TECHNICAL CORE DIREC- JOHN BARDEEN ENDOWED CHAIR IN
STUDIES AND ASSOCIATE TOR. Ph.D. to supervise a cell culture core facility at the ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER
VICE PRESIDENT FOR RESEARCH University of Pennsylvania. Candidates should have at ENGINEERING AND PHYSICS
WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY least 5 years of experience with cell culture including COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
As the chief executive officer of the School of Graduate growth of a variety of cell lines, quality control of media UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
Studies, the dean develops and maintains quality gradu- and sera, and mycoplasma testing, as well as experience in URBANA-CHAMPAIGN
ate education and related outreach programs for Wright directing laboratory personnel and ordering of supplies. The College of Engineering at the University of
State University, a metropolitan university with over Knowledge of computers and business administration Illinois is seeking nominations and applications for the
17,000 students including more than 3,400 graduate and would be advantageous. Send resume to: Dr. Roger John Bardeen Endowed Chair in Electrical and Comput-
professional students, master's degrees in most disci- Kennett, University of Pennsylvania, 475 Clinical er Engineering and Physics sponsored by the SONY
plines, and 4 doctoral degrees. The dean shares responsi- Research Building, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6145. Corporation.
bility of appropriate standards for existing graduate-level Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
The successful applicant must be a distinguished scien-
programs, including new and continuing accreditation. ECOTOXICOLOGIST tist who has attained international recognition and who
The dean also facilitates graduate student recruitment, has also demonstrated a commitment to excellence in
graduate admissions and records, and graduate fellow- Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc., has an immediate teaching.
ship programs. The dean, who reports to the vice opening for a qualified individual specializing in ecotoxi- The funds for the endowed chair will provide funding
president for academic affairs, represents the university to cology and environmental hazard assessment. The suc- for advanced research in the many fields of electrical and
the Ohio Board of Regents regarding all graduate studies cessful candidate will have a Ph.D. in ecotoxicology or in computer engineering and physics, and also cover facili-
and research programs. As associate vice president for an environmentally related field with 0 to 2 years of ties and specialized course development, experiment ac-
research, the dean represents the university to external postdoctoral experience. Experience in or a knowledge of quisition, and compensation for staff and assistants.
constituencies on matters regarding research and eco- the application of both effects and fate data to real world The candidate seected as the holder of the chair shall
nomic development of the metropolitan area. Wright concerns as well as knowledge of regulatory requirements receive a joint appointment to the Department of Electri-
State now ranks third among state universities in Ohio (TSCA/PMN) would be desired. cal and Computer Engineering and the Department of
with over $12 million in external funding for research Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc., performs both con- Physics, and will hold the chair for the length of his or
and sponsored programs. The dean initiates and reviews sulting and laboratory toxicology for affiliates around the her tenure at the University of Illinois. The salary is
all policies related to the School of Graduate Studies, world. Its resources include state-of-the-art aquatic toxi- negotiable. Proposed starting date is August 1990.
including the policies and compliance/assurances issues cology, environmental chemistry, and mammalian toxi- Nominations or applications and requests for further
of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, and cology laboratories. The candidate will perform as a information should be directed to:
leads and works closely with Graduate and Research study monitor and internal consulting toxicologist. Cli- Professor Jiri Jonas, Chairperson
Councils in the area of policv development. Qualifica- ent interactions are an important aspect of our work;
thus, we are also seeking an individual who has excellent Search Committee for the Bardeen Chair
tions include an earned doctorate; teaching, research, and University of Illinois
service accomplishments commensurate with a tenured communication skills. Please forward resume to:
108 Noyes Laboratory
faculty appointment at the rank of professor; a proven Christine Ramos, Human Resources 505 South Mathews Avenue
record of scholarly activity; extensive experience in gar- Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc. Urbana, IL 61801
nering external research support; a commitment to re- CN 2350, Mettlers Road Telephone: 217-333-0710
search and graduate education; evidence of strong mana- East Millstone, NJ 08875-2350
gerial skills; ability to negotiate with government agen- Equial Opportntity Emnployer, M/F/H/V.
Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, with a list
cies, businesses, and industry; interest in applications of of publications. Nominations and applications should be
research through technology transfer; and strong inter- ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE. Huxley College received by 15 April 1990 in order to receive full
personal skills to deal effectively with diverse groups. of Environmental Studies, Western Washington Univer- consideration.
Screening begins on 1 March 1990, for position avail able sity (WWU), will fill two tenure-track positions in The University of Illinois is atn Afirtnative Actiotn/Equial
1 Julv 1990, and continues until position is filled. Salary environmental science, with special emphasis on Pacific Opportunity Emnployer.
negotiable. Include a statement expressing candidate's Northwest watershed studies. Ph.D. required; rank
philosophy of graduate education and research, a resume, open. Position (i): half-time administrative duties as DIRECTOR
and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of five director, Institute of Watershed Studies; half-time teach- CANCER RESEARCH LABORATORY
references. Search Committee will request letters of ing duties. Position (ii): full-time teaching position. Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, Florida,
reference. Send nominations and applications to: Dr. Persons with specializations in terrestrial or aquatic Department of Surgery, is seeking a Ph.D. level immu-
James E. Brandeberry, Chair of Search Committee, ecological systems encouraged to apply. Seek effective nologist with a strong background in tumor immunolo-
College of Engineering and Computer Science, teachers and scholars with interdisciplinary orientation. gy to direct the cancer research laboratory. Responsibil-
Wright State University, Dayton, OH 45435. Wri,ht Applicants for director position should have record of ities include monitoring reactivity to biologic response
State Unit'ersity is att Equal Opportntiity/Affirnative Actiott successful administration. Send letter of application; modifiers as well as developing murine tumor models for
Etmployer. curriculum vitae; copies of representative publications; these modifiers. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in
and names and telephone numbers of three references to: immunology with at least 4 years of experience. Salary is
John Miles, Dean, Huxley College, Western Wash- negotiable. Curriculum vitae and three letters of refer-
@t) WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY ington University, Bellingham, WA 98225. Appli- ence should be submitted to: Marc K. Wallack, M.D.,
DAYTON, OHIO 45435 cants should specify which position sought. Review of
applications commences 2 March 1990, and will contin- Chairman, Department of General Surgery, Mount
ue until positions are filled, fall of 1990. WWU, through
Sinai Medical Center, 4300 Alton Road, Miami
DEPUTY DIRECTOR Affirnative Actiotn goals, seeks catndidates to atugment diversity of Beach, FL 33140. Ant Equial Emnploymetit Opportunity/
OCEAN DRILLING PROGRAM the faculty in teachitig atid scholarship. Wometn atid mitnorities Affirnative Actiotn Emnployer.
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY are encouraged to apply. WWU is atn Affirnative Actiont/Equial FACULTY POSITION. Biologist, Ph.D. Teaching
The Ocean Drilling Program at Texas A&M Universi- Opportunity Emnployer. responsibilities include introductory biology, cell biolo-
tv invites applications for the position of deputy director. gy, and microbiology in a 4-year, Christian, liberal arts
Applicants should have an earned doctorate, preferably ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMIST
college in the Presbyterian tradition. Send curriculum
in the field of marine geology and geophysics. In addi- Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc., has an immnediate vitae and statement of teaching and research interests to:
tioil to distinguished research accomplishments, includ- opening for a qualified individual specializing in environ- Dr. Gregory D. Jordan, Acting Dean of the Faculty,
ing seagoing experience on research vessels, the success- mental chemistrv. The successful candidate will have a King College, Bristol, TN 37620. Kitig College is an
ful applicant should possess exceptional qualities of Ph.D. in environmental chemistry or a related field, and Equial Opportunity Employer.
leadership and interpersonal skills, as well as extensive 1 to 3 years of practical experience in analytical method
experience in scientific management. and protocol development for analysis of environmental FACULTY POSITIONS
The position requires interaction with senior level samples in water, soil/sediment, and fish tissues. In CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGISTS
scientists and engineers from the world's principal earth addition, the applicant should have a knowledge of EPA The Department of Surgery at the University of
and ocean science institutions and government agencies, methodologies for conducting effluent toxicity identifica- Connecticut Health Center is seeking applications for
embassv personnel, and U.S. funding agencies in the tion and reduction evaluations and standard methods for two RESEARCH or tenure-track ASSISTANT PRO-
conduct of a major international earth science program. contaminant analysis. FESSOR positions. One will be filled by a cell biologist
The position will also present the opportunity for The successful candidate will act as a consultant to our with cell culture experience and an interest in cell-cell
strong interaction at the departmental level within one of ecotoxicologists and to our affiliates on matters pertain- communication and membrane-cytoskeleton interaction.
the departments (Geology, Geophysics, or Oceanogra- ing to the assessment of environmental hazards associat- The second position is for a molecular biologist with
phy) of the College of Geosciences at Texas A&M ed with products, effluents, hazardous wastes, etc. by interest in gene expression, molecular biology of signal
Uniiversity. providing analytical expertise to the design and interpre- transduction, and transfection techniques. Positions in-
Letters of application should include a resumn with tation of these programs. Client interactions are an clude laboratory space and start-up funds for initial years
three references and be forwarded to: important aspect of our work, and thus, we are seeking
an individual who has excellent communication skills. of program. Successful candidates will be expected to
Supervisor of Personnel establish independent, externally funded research pro-
Ocean Drilling Program Please forward resume to:
Texas A&M University
grams. Curriculum vitae and three letters of recommen-
Christine Ramos, Human Resources dation should be sent to: Ttacy K. McIntosh, Ph.D.,
1000 Discovery Drive Exxon Biomedical Sciences, Inc. Department of Surgery, University of Connecticut
College Station, TX 77843 Mettlers Road, CN 2350 Health Center, Farmington, CT 06032. The University
Texas A&M University is atn Equial Opportutnity/Affirna- East Millstone, NJ 08875-2350 of Connecticut is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
titve Actiotn Employer. Equial Opportntity Employer M/F/H/V. Employer, M/W/H.
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FACULTY POSITIONS ASSOCIATE RESEARCH
MOLECULAR, CELLULAR AND
CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY SCIENTIST
The Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics and Cellular Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
the Division of Clinical Pharmacology at the Medical University of South Bristol-Myers Squibb, world headquarters for phar-
Carolina seek to fill up to seven positions at the assistant or associate maceutical research and development in Wallingford,
professor level over the next two years. Applicants should have a Ph.D. Connecticut, is a state-of-the-art facility created for the
and/or M.D. degree, successful postdoctoral experiences and the enthu- encouragement of professional achievement and inter-
siasm and energy to develop independent research careers in an
environment where collegiality and collaboration are important traditions. disciplinary cooperation.
We are looking for scientists and scientists/physicians who plan to apply An excellent opportunity exists for an individual with
their interests and capabilities in molecular genetics, protein chemistry, an MS/BS in biochemistry, cell biology, molecular
receptors, channels, signal transduction mechanisms or cell biology to biology or related area with 2 to 5 years experience in
problems in basic and clinical pharmacology. We offer an environment molecular biology, biochemical, immunological and
rich in senior level scientific and clinical experience, start up funds, tissue culture techniques, including some/all of the
laboratory space, a record of highly successful and continuing extramu- following: DNA and RNA isolation and characteriza-
ral research funding and an array of important resources which include:
both inpatient and outpatient NIH supported clinical research units (1000 tion, chromatography, protein electrophoresis,
hypertensive patients); extensive analytical capabilities (e.g., 400 MHz fluorometry, ELISA and RIA. Position involves the
NMR, triple quadrupole and new NSF-supported high mass, high study of peptide and protein growth factors, their
performance tandem mass spectrometers); and access to hybridoma, receptors and signal transduction mechanisms in both
cell culture, synthetic organic chemistry, image analysis, and peptide tumor cells and lymphocytes.
and DNA sequencing and synthesizing facilities. We are committed to a
broad spectrum of undergraduate teaching and predoctoral and post- Bristol-Myers Squibb offers sustained growth, highly
doctoral training, with an excellent track record in the local environment competitive salaries, extensive benefits and career sup-
of teaching and student research awards. Send curriculum vitae, re- port. Our countryside location is convenient to Con-
prints, list of references and a summary of career goals to: necticut cultural centers, New York and New England.
Harry S. Margollus, M.D., Ph.D., Chairman To apply, please send resume to: BRISTOL-MYERS
Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics SQUIBB COMPANY, Pharmaceutical Research &
or Development Division, Attn: MH299, P.O. Box 5101,
Perry V. Halushka, M.D., Ph.D., Director 5 Research Parkway, Wallingford, CI 06492-7661.
Division of Clinical Pharmacology An Equal Opportunity Employer MIFIH/V.
Medical University of South Carolina
171 Ashley Avenue
Charleston, South Carolina 29425
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
*z Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
"Stronger Than Ever In Global Health Care"
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
POSITIONS FOR STAFF FELLOWS EXPOSURE
AND POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS ASSESSMENT
Midwest Research Institute (MRIJ is a well-established contract research
1. TRANSGENIC MICE - Studies involving the genes of organization with an outstanding reputation in the field of chemistry.
HSV, HIV, EBV, receptors, and hormones; patho- We are expanding our exposure assessment capability at our
genesis of viral infections and endocrine diseases. headquarter laboratories in Kansas City, Missouri, and are seeking a
Senior Chemist with a broad technical base and a Ph.D. in Analytical
or Physical Biochemistry, or equivalent. We are looking for leadership
II. POLYREACTIVE ANTIBODIES/CD5+ B CELLS - qualities coupled with solid technical expertise in exposure
Mechanism of polyreactivity; production and assessment/human monitoring.
characterization of human monoclonal antibodies; The successful candidate will contribute to the development and
direction of exposureassessment research programs. Emphasiswill be
biology of CD5+ B lymphocytes. on human exposure to environmertally significant contaminants, and
on topics such as indoor air, consumer products, hazardous materials,
111. AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES Cloning, expression and
- and the use of experimental results to develop and validate models.
characterization of autoantigens involved in insulin- Research efforts may range from the establishmentof exposure/dose
relationships to the development of methods for quantifying exposure
dependent diabetes mellitus, lupus erythematosus, by specific routes, especially dermal exposure. We are seeking an
rheumatoid arthritis, and Graves' disease. exposure assessment expert to interact with clients and a
multidisciplinary staff. This position will also prepare and review
reports and proposals.
Positions available immediately. Experience in
MRI offers a competitive compensation, benefits, and relocation
molecular biology desirable. Growing program with package, in addition to a convenient location in an attractive
opportunity for Staff Fellows to have technical and/or metropolitan setting. For immediate consideration, send resume to
post-doctoral support. Salary commensurate with GD Ratcliff, at:
experience (range $25,000 to $50,000 per year). Send MIDWEST RESEARCH
Curriculum Vitae and names of references to Dr. Lois INSTITUTE
Salzman, Deputy Director, Intramural Research RI@
M ~~~~~425 Wblker Blvd. 64110
Program, National Institute of Dental Research, National Kansa Cty, Missouri
Institutes of Health, 9000 Rockville Pike, Building 30,
For more information see our recruiter at the Pittsburgh Conference
Room 121, Bethesda, MD 20892. in New York City, March 5-8, 1990.
NIH IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER An Equal Opportunity Employer MIFIHIV
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
BIOLOGY FACULTY. Colby-Sawyer College, a FACULTY POSMON. A 12-month, tenure-track MICROBIOLOGY/IMMUNOLOGY
small independent four year college located in the beauti- appointment requiring research and teaching expertise is FACULTY POSMONS
ful Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee area of New Hampshire, is open to individuals holding a Ph.D. in toxicology,
seeking a faculty member whose primary responsibility pharmacology, or related discipline. Candidates with a Applications are invited for two full-time, tenure-track
will be in cell biology and genetics. Expertise in develop- D.V.M. degree and expertise in cellular and/or molecular faculty positions at the ASSISTANT OR ASSO-
mental biology and anatomy and physiology is desirable. level studies are desirable. Send curriculum vitae and a CIATE PROFESSOR level in the Department of
Near completion of an advanced degree is required, as is statement of research interests to: Dr. E. M. Bailey, Microbiology and Immunology at the University of
the demonstrated ability to teach elfectively. Position is Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharma- Colorado School of Medicine:
open August of 1990. Please send a letter of application, cology, Texas A&M University, Coflege Station, TX MOLECULAR/CELLULARIMMUNOLOGIST:
resume, and names of five references to: Director of 77843-4466. Texas A&M University is an Afirmative Applicants should have training, interests, and skills in
Human Resources, Colby-Sawyer College, New Lon- Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. the use of current molecular and cellular techniques for
don, NH 03257. studying the function and/or development of the im-
Equal Opportunity Employer. FACULTY POSITION: TRANSPLANTATION, mune system.
BIOLOGY, AND IMMUNOLOGY. Permanent track MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGIST: Applicants
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA position for persons with Ph.D. and/or M.D. degrees. should have training, interests, and skills in molecular
DEPARTMENT OF ORAL BIOLOGY Involves conducting an independent research program approaches to the study of bacterial pathogenesis.
BIOMATERIALS on some aspect of transplantation, biology (such as Successful applicants will be expected to initiate and
Applications are invited for a position at the level of physiology), and/or immunology with a focus toward maintain an active, independent research program; par-
either ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR transplantation. Candidate expected to be competent in ticipate in the teaching of microbiology or immunology
in the area of biomaterials. A tenure-track position will basic immunology, to conduct an independent research to medical students; and become an active member in an
be available on 1 January 1991, and is subject to final program, and be willing to participate with clinicians established graduate training program. Laboratory space
budgetary approval. Salary will be commensurate with involved in a large multi-organ transplantation program and start-up funds will be provided by the department.
experience. Applicants must have a Ph.D. and the ability (liver, renal, pancreas, heart, lung, bone marrow). Will Candidates with a commitment to excellence in research
to teach courses in dental materials. The ideal individual receive academic appointment commensurate with his/ and teaching are encouraged to send curriculun vitae, a
would have an excellent research record and the ability to her qualifications. Start-up funds for establishment of the statement of research and teaching interests, and the
attract grant support. The opportunity exists for an laboratory are available. Send curriculum vitae, a descrip- names of three references by 1 June 1990 to: Lewis I.
honorary appointment in either the Faculty of Science or tion of research interests, and names of three references Pizer, Ph.D., Professor and Chairman, Department
Engineering. Applications should be received by 31 May to: Dr. Keith Kelly, Chairman, Departnent of Sur- of Microbiology/Immunology, Box B-175, Universi-
1990. Applicants should send curriculum vitae, a sum- gery, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 55905. An Equal ty of Colorado Health Sciences Center (UCHSC),
mary of research nterests, and the names and addresses Opportunity/Afirmative Action Institution. Denver, CO 80262.
of three references to: Dr. D. M. Brunette, Department TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITION UCHSC is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Em-
of Oral Biology, Faculty of Dentistry, The University
of British Columbia, 2199 Wesbrook Mall, Vancou- ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ployer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
ver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z7. In accordance with Canadian The new School of Public Policy at the Georgia FACULTY POSITION: MOLECULAR VIROL-
immigration requirements, preference will be given to Canadian Institute of Technology announces an anticipated posi- OGY. The Division of Molecular Virology at Baylor
citizens and permanent residents of Canada. The University of tion in environmental policy, beginning September
British Columbia is committed to the federal government's 1990. Rank is open. College of Medicine invites applications for a tenure-
Employment Equity program and encourages applications from track position at the ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE
The school is searching for specialists in the analysis PROFESSOR level. An innovative scientist is sought
all qualified individuals. and evaluation of environmental policies at the state, with research interest in replication or pathogenesis of
FACULTY OPENING IN PHYSICS regional, national, or international levels. Specific areas viral infections; appropriate topics include the molecular
(NUCLEAR PHYSICS) of concentration may include environmental regulatory biology of replication, chronic or persistent infections,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA policy, contingent valuation/survey research, impact and antivirals. Applicants should have a Ph.D. or
AT BERKELEY analysis, environmental decision-making, or resource M.D./Ph.D. with at least 2 years of postdoctoral experi-
analysis in a substantive policy area. We would be ence in molecular virology. The successful applicant is
The Department of Physics at the University of Cali- especially interested in applicants with expertise in multi- expected to establish an independent research program
fornia, Berkeley, and the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory media effects of technological developments. Candidates and to participate in graduate training. This appointment
(LBL) expect to make a joint appointment in nuclear with strong skills in quantitative and qualitative research offers an excellent opportunity to join an expanding
physics at the ASSISTANT, the tenured ASSOCIATE, methodologies will be given special attention. academic department with newly renovated laboratories
or the FULL PROFESSOR level, effective 1 July 1990; The Ph.D. or equivalent degree is required at the time and well-equipped support facilities. Current faculty
candidates in either theoretical or experimental nuclear of appointment. Send applications, curriculum vitae, and research activities focus on the molecular basis of viral
physics are encouraged to apply. The appointee will three letters of reference to: Dr. Thomas N. Debo, replication, viral and cellular oncogenes, viral pathogene-
teach in the Physics Department and have research Chair, Environmental Policy Search Committee, City sis, and modern approaches to viral vaccines. Send
facilities in the Nuclear Science Division at LBL. Sum- Planning Program, Georgia Institute of Technology, curriculum vitae, names and addresses of at least three
mer research salary will be provided by LBL. Atlanta, GA 303320155. Closing date is 15 April references, a statement of current research activities, and
Applicants should send curriculum vitae, bibliography, 1990. a description of future plans by 1 April 1990, to: Dr.
statement of research interests, and list of references to: Georgia Tech is a unit of the University System of Georgia Janet S. Butel, Head, Division of Molecular Virology,
Professor P. Buford Price, Chairman, Department of and an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer. Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas 77030.
Physics, University of California, Berkeley, CA Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
94720, before 10 March 1990. The University of Califor-
nia is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PHYSICS FACULTY POSITIONS
DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY
The Department of Pathobiology, College of Veteri- AND MOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS The Smith College Physics Department invites appli-
nary Medicine, University of Tennessee, has a tenure- cation for two positions available in the fall 1990. The
track FACULTY POSITION available for an EX- The department is embarking on a program of hiring first is a tenure-track position in experimental physics at
PERIMENTAL PATHOLOGIST. The successful new FACULTY MEMBERS and intends to fill tenured the ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
candidate will be expected to emphasize the development and tenure-track positions. level. The candidate should have a Ph.D., an interest in
of a strong independent and collaborative research pro- Applications are invited from candidates with the teaching, and research interests amenable to collabora-
gram in the area of cellular and molecular pathobiotogy Ph.D. degree or its equivalent and appropriate postdoc- tion with undergraduates. Preference will be given to
and the pathogenesis of disease. Abundant collaborative toral for positions in biochemistry and molecular bio- persons with an established experimental program.
research opportunities are available. The successful candi- physics. In the area of biochemistry we are seeking Funds are available to start or extend a research project.
date will also be expected to assist in the department's candidates with research interests in several disciplines The second position is a 1-year appointment at the rank
professional and graduate teaching programs as well as including: developmental biology, neurobiology, and of entry-level ASSISTANT PROFESSOR. Qualifica-
graduste research training. Time commitments to resi- regulation of gene expression in both eukaryotes and tions are the same, except that the applicant need not be
dency training and departmental service responsibilities prokaryotes. We are particularly interested in persons an experimentalist. Women and minorities are encouraged to
are expected to be minimal. D.V.M., Ph.D., or equiva- whose research in these areas focuses on nucleic acid- apply. Located in western Massachusetts, Smnith College
lent degrees with appropriate research training and expe- protein interactions. In molecular biophysics, the areas of is a leader in the education of women and has an
rience are essential. particular interest are three-dimensional structural analy- outstanding record in the number of professional women
Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with sis, protein folding, and RNA conformation. physicists who are alumnae. The Five College Consor-
background and experieince, but we particularly encour- Preference will be given to candidates with a strong tium, comprised of Smith, Amherst, Mt. Holyoke, and
age application from junior candidates. Applications will record of research accomplishments. Interested candi- Hampshire Colleges and the University of Massachu-
be reviewed beginning 15 March 1990. Informal inquir- dates should submit curriculum vitae, bibliography, re- setts, provides a rich intellectual and cultural life for
ies are invited. Applicants should send curriculum vitae, prints, and summary of current research and fiure faculty and students as well as additional collegial oppor-
three or more letters of reference, and a statement of research goals as wehl as three letters of reference. The tunities in teaching and research. Curriculum vitae, state-
research and career goals to: Dr. Erby Wilkinson, department is especially interested in women and minority ment of teaching and research interests and experience,
Chairman of Search Committee, Departnent of candidates. All applications should be addressed to: and three letters of reference should be sent to: Profes-
Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, P.O. Chairman, Department of Biochemistry and Molecu- sor Bruce Hawkins, Chair, Department of Physics,
Box 1071, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN lar Biophysics, Columbia University, Health Sciences, Clark Science Center, Smith College, Northampton,
37901-1071. Telephone: 615-546-9230. The Univer- 630 West 168th Street, New York, NY 10032. MA 01063. Preference will be given to applications
sity of Tennessee is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action/ Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative received before 15 February 1990. Smith College is an
Title IX/Section 504 Employer. Action Employer. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.
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POSITIONS OPEN .l
FACULTY POSITION in the Biology Division of
the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
Caltech seeks a new faculty member in the Biology
Division with research interests in biotechnology and its
application to current biological problems. Research
programs might include the development and applica-
tion of new theoretical treatments, techniques, or instru-
Genentech, Inc., a leader in the field of biotechnology, has several Postdoctoral
ments to the study of macromolecules, chromosomes,
genomic structure, genetic information, or genome evo- opportunities for research and taining available in the areas of:
lution. The appointment may be at the ASSISTANT,
ASSOCIATE, OR FULL PROFESSOR ranks, de-
pending on experience. The appointment will initially be * Cell Genetics * Developmental Biology
for 4 years and will be either tenure track or tenured,
depending on experience. Send curriculum vitae and names
* Molecular Biology * Cardiovascular Biology
and addresses of three references to: Barbara Wold,
Chair, Biotechnology Search Committee, Biology Divi-
* Protein Chemistry * Immunobiology
sion, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
91125. Caltech is an Equal Opportunity Employer and We expect Genentech postdoctoral fellows to conduct independent research in
welcomes applications from minorities and women. the areas of our scientific interests, publish in the leading scientific journals,
FACULTY POSITIONS attend and present their work at scientific conferences and maintain close
MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING ties with the academic community.
CELL BIOLOGY AND GENETICS
PROGRAM Genentech, Inc. offers an attractive salary and benefits package coupled with
The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center invites the opportunity to make a significant contribution to our organization. For
applications for several tenure-track junior and senior
faculty positions in the Cell Biology and Genetics Pro- consideraton, please send your resume to: Genentech, Inc., Attn: Yvonne
gram. This research program is one of four in the
institute, and is expanding in the areas of cell cycle
Davino, Dept. PD, 460 Point San Bruno Blvd., South San Francisco, CA
control, differentiation, cell structure, intercellular recog- 94080. We actively support and promote affirmative action and equal em-
nition, and morphogenesis. The Cell Biology and Genet- ployment opportunity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
ics Program is located in a new research building which
also houses advanced facilities for protein and nucleic
acid microchemistry, transgenic mice, and automated
mammalian cell micromanipulation. The members of the
Cell Biology and Genetics Program faculty are affiliated
with the Cell Biology Graduate Program at Cornell
University Medical College. The positions offered are Genenech,In&
highly competitive with regard to start-up funds, labora-
tory space, salary, and housing.
Eligible candidates should have a doctoral degree,
postdoctoral experience, and demonstrate potential and
ability to develop an independent, imaginative research
program. Formal applications are invited from junior as
well as established investigators. Applications should
include curriculum vitae, a list of publications, a summa-
ry of research activities and research plan, and three
letters of recommendation. Applications should be ad-
dressed to: Dr. Joan Massague, c/o Christine Brohme,
Box #135, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
1275 York Avenue, New York, NY 10021.
Equal Opportunity/Afirmnative Action Employer. Join A Well Respected Industry Leader.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA The Medical Research Division of American Cyanamid Company is recognized internationally
COLLEGE OF PHARMACY as a leader in the research and development of therapeutic compounds. The MolecularNeurobiology
FACULTY POSITION IN PHARMACEUTICS Group of the CNS Research Department has research projects focusing on the areas of CNS
Applications are invited from persons holding a Ph.D. Degenerative Diseases, and Voltage and Ligand Gated Ion Channels. Our current expansion re-
in pharmaceutics/biopharmaceutics or other relevant dis- quires three Research Scientists (with at least two years' postdoctoral work) and three Postdoc-
ciplines, or M.D. with research experience, for a 12- toral Scientists with the following qualifications:
month, tenure-track position at the ASSISTANT PRO- RESEARCH SCIENTIST having strong molecular and cellular biology backgrounds to work with
FESSOR level. A professional degree in pharmacy is not a team applying molecular techniques to the study of Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias.
a specific requirement. Preference will be given to indi- Respond to department MV.
viduals with research interests broadly in the area of drug
delivery systems. The individual selected will be expected RESEARCH SCIENTIST with a strong background in at least two areas including molecular biology,
to develop an active independent research program biochemistry or electrophysiology to work with a team applying protein biochemistry, molecular
which attracts extramural funding, and to supervise the biology and electrophysiological techniques to clone, express and study various K+ channels.
research activities and contribute to the instruction of Respond to department RZ.
students in the graduate and undergraduate programs of
the college. Postdoctoral experience is desirable. The RESEARCH SCIENTIST with a strongbackground in molecular biology, biochemical pharmnacology
position is available 1 July 1990. and/or electrophysiology to work with a team on our ongoing efforts to clone, express and study
Applicants should send, by 30 April 1990, curriculum various subtypes of the GabaA receptor/benzodiazepine/ Cl- channel complex. Respond to depart-
vitae, a statement of research interests, and the names and ment MA.
addresses of three persons who can provide letters of
reference to: POSTDOCTORAL SCIENTISTS (3) with strong background in moleculargenetics/biology and
David J. W. Grant, D.Phil. biochemistry to work in ourAlzheimer's Disease program. Part of this program focuses on transcrip-
Department of Pharmaceutics tional regulation and post-translational processing of the amyloid gene [see e.g., PNAS 86:7606
College of Pharmacy (1989)1. Respond to department SJ.
University of Minnesota Lederle is located in Rockland County on a 580 acre campus-like setting only 25 miles north of
308 Harvard Street, S.E., 9-105 HSUF New York City. Starting salaries are very competitive and include comprehensive benefits. For
Minneapolis, MN 55455 consideration, send resume/c.v. with appropriate department code and the names and telephone
Telephone: 612-624-3956 numbers of 3 references, to: Professional Employment Representative, Medical Research Divi-
Applicants with less than 5 years of experience since sion, Lederle Laboratories, Pearl River, NY 10965. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F.
the award of the doctoral degree are required to submit
transcripts of collegiate academic record.
The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity
Educator and Employer and specifically invites and encourages
applicationsfrom women and minorities.
2 FEBRUARY 1990
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
FACULTY POSITIONS FACULTY OPENING HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGIST
LABORATORY OF TOXICOLOGY IN EXPERIMENTAL SPACE PHYSICS A faculty position is open at the ASSISTANT OR
HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR level for candidates with
AT BERKELEY a solid publication record and experience working with
The Laboratory of Toxicology is searching for junior
faculty members at either the ASSISTANT PROFES- The Physics Department of the University of Califor- human subjects. Opportunities are available to develop a
SOR OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR rank. Success- nia at Berkeley expects to make an appointment at the strong research program in environmental physiology in
ful candidates will be expected to establish outstanding ASSISTANT, the tenured ASSOCIATE, or the FULL collaboration with the Divisions of Pulmonary Medicine,
independent research programs and to participate in PROFESSOR level, effective 1 July 1991. If it is Occupational Health, and Physiology. Please send curric-
graduate student teaching and the training of postdoc- desirable for the successful appointee to begin research at ulum vitae and statement of present and future research
toral fellows. Candidates s-hould have research interests in Berkeley prior to the appointment date, means to arrange plans to: Dr. Wayne Mitzner, Division of Physiolo
the molecular, genetic, or cellular mechanisms of toxicity, an interim research appointment at the Space Sciences Department of Environmental Health Sciences, the
and complement the existing faculty whose activities Laboratory will be explored. Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and
focus on the molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis, Please send curriculum vitae, bibliography, statement Public Health, 615 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore,
DNA repair genes, receptor-mediated toxicity, chemical of research interests, and list of references to: Professor MD 21205. Telephone: 301-955-3612. FAX: 301-
carcmogenesis and tumor promotion, cell cycle regula- P. Buford Price, Chairman, Physics Department, 955-0299. TheJohns Hopkins University is an Affirmative
tion, and physiological and genetic responses to oxidative University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, before Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
stress and other DNA-damaging agents. Excellent start- 10 March 1990. The University of Califonia is an Equal
uFTand support funds are available from the Laboratory
Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer. MICROBIOLOGIST/VIROLOGIST
IMMUNOLOGIST, FACULTY POSITION. A AND MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGIST
Send currnculum vitae, a statement of research interests
and future plans, up to four representative reprints, and full-time, tenure-track position in the Pathology Depart- The Department of Biological Sciences of State Uni-
the names of three evaluators to: ment at the rank of ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE versity of New York (SUNY) Plattsburgh invites applica-
Associate Professor Leona Samson PROFESSOR. M.D. or Ph.D. with demonstrated lead- tions for two tenure-track ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Laboratory of Toxicology ership in teaching and research. Position includes Partici- positions beginning fall of 1990. MICROBIOLO-
Harvard School of Public Health pation in educational programs in department an hospi- GIST/VIROLOGIST (Box A): Ph.D. with broad back-
665 Huntington Avenue tal service responsibility in immunopathology labora- round in microbiology, expertise in virology, molecular
Boston, MA 02115 tory. Successful candidate should be able to transfer biology, medical micro iology. MICROBIA PHYSI-
research activities and funding to Medical College of OLOGIST (Box B): Ph.D. with broad background in
Harvard University is committed to increasing representation Georgia. Send curriculum vitae and references to: C. microbiology, expertise in microbial ecology, toxicology,
of women and minority members among its faculty and particu- Robert Baisden, Chief, Section of Clinical Pathology, and/or plant microbe interactions. Underrepresented minor-
larly encourages applications from such candidates. Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA 30912. ity scientists are highly encouraged to apply. SUNY Platts-
Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F. Females and minorities are burgh is located on Lake Champlain with easy access to
The Duke University School of Forestry and Environ- encouraged to apply. Montreal and Burlington, Vermont. Closing dates for
mental Studies invites applications for the following applications is 1 March 1990 or until positions are filled.
Everglades research management positions: IMMUNOLOGISTS Applicants should send resume to appropriate box num-
FIELD SITE MANAGER The Veterinary Infectious Disease Organization ber noted above, three letters of recommendation, and
This full-time research management position begins 1 (VIDO) at the University of Saskatchewan is expanding summary of proposed research to: Chair, Search Com-
March 1990. Candidates shoufd have an M.S. or Ph.D. its immunology group and therefore has a number of mittee, c/o Office of Personnel/Affirmative Action,
with experience preferred in directing wetlands research. positions vacant. These positions will be filled at various SUNY Plattsburgh, Box 1649-246, Plattsburgh, NY
Person will work from West Palm Beach, Florida, labora- levels ranging from postdoctoral fellow to research scien- 12901. SUNY Plattsburgh is an Equal Opportunity/Affirma-
tory. Manager will be responsible for day-to-day project tists commensurate with qualifications and experience. tive Aaion Employer.
oversight and monitoring of water q,uality, so, and The selected applicant should be able to demonstrate a
hydrology research. Opportunities exist for individual strong background in areas such as molecular immunolo- MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF HEMATOPOI-
research. gy, cellular immunology, vaccine development, or cellu- ETIC CELL DIFFERENTILATION. POSTDOC-
ASSISTANT FIELD MANAGER lar biology as they relate to the study of immune TORAL research on the isolation and characterization
mechanisms of protection and pathogenesis of respira- of genes expressed during the differentiation and loss of
This full-time position begins 1 March 1990. Candi- tory and enteric diseases and mastitis.
dates should have a B.S. or M.S. in ecology or related The applicants will be part of a team of immunologists,
tumorigenicity of leukemic cells. Experience in cDNA
field. Person will work from West Palm Beach, Florida, molecular biologists, and veterinarians investigating
cloning/subtractive screening/sequencing useful. Start
laboratory. Assistant will be responsible for day-to-day within 9 months. Please send curriculum vitae to: Dr.
monitoring of water quality, soils, and hydrology re- mechanisms of pathogenesis of viruses and bacteria as Ruth Craig, Department of Physiology, Johns Hop-
search. well as enhancing immunity and resistance to infections. kins Univcrsity School of Medicine, Baltimorc,
Applicants should have a degree in microbiology, veteri- 21205.
PREDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS nary medicine, or immunology, together with a Ph.D. in
These are two fully funded positions, one available immunology. A strong interest in the application of MOLECULAR BIOLOGIST AND BIOTECH-
immediately and one in June 1990, in wetlands ecology. modem immunologica and molecular biological tech-
NOLOGIST. The National Research Council (NRC) is
Candidates should have an M.S. in ecology or related niques to the solutions of problems related to elucidation
field. The students will participate in Everades research and control of infectious diseases of animals is essential. seeking a SENIOR STAFF OFFICER for its Board on
specifically nitrogen and phosphorus cycling and cattail Inquiries and applications should be directed to: Biology. Will develop and manage projects in basic and
competition. Dr. L. A. Babiuk, Associate Director (Research)
applied biology and science policy. Requires a Ph.D. or
Duke University offers highly competitive salaries and or
equivalent in molecular biology, biological sciences, bio-
benefits. Please send curriculum vitae and at least three Dr. Manuel Campos, Program Manager technology or a related field and at least 4 years of
letters of recommendation to: Dr. Curtis J. Richard- (Immunology) government, industrial, or academic research and/or ad-
son, Director, Wetland Centcr, School of Forestry ministrative experience. Science policy experience and
VIDO working knowledge of federal government highly desir-
and Environmental Studies, Duke University, Dur- 124 Veterinary Road able. Demonstrated effective commnunication skills, re-
ham, NC 27706. Applications from minorities and women Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7N OWO port preparation skills, project and budget management,
MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHY (MEG) and committee interacnons required. We offer a salary
Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Ac- commensurate with experience and an exceptional bene-
tion Employer. NEUROSCIENTIST fits package. Please send resume in confidence to:
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER Albuquerque Veterans Affairs Medical Center NRC:/Board on Biology, HA 258 (OZ), 2101 Consti-
(VAMC), University of New Mexico School of Medicine tution Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20418. Equal
Manage hazardous waste projects which typically in- (UNM), and Los Alamos National Laboratories Opportunity Employer.
clude preparation of work plan, quality assurance project (LANL) are seeking a neuroscientist to become a re-
plan, sampling and analysis plan, remedial investigation, search scientist for the VAMC/LANL/UNM Center for MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
and feasibility study. Assist other projects in such areas as Magnetoencephalography. The facility at VAMC in-
landfill design and construction and geotechnical aspects cudes a seven-channel magnetometer in a magnetically Applications are sought for a tenure-track appoint-
of hazardous waste projects. Use computer programs and shielded room for human studies and a four-channel ment as ASSISTANT PROFESSOR in the Division of
existing software and computer techniques such as Finite high-resolution microSQUID system for animal studies. Transplantation, Departmentshouldof Surgery, at The Ohio
Element and other numerical analysis methods in solving Applicant must have a Ph.D. or M.D. with expertise in State University. Applicants have intensive post-
geotechnical engineering and groundwater problems. As some area of neuroscience, including clinical neurophysi- doctoral experience in a wide range of molecular biology
needed, work on hazardous waste sites including Level B ology. Applicant must be willing to work with a team to techniques. Theyteam expect to work with interdisci-
sites using self-contained breathing apparatus. Requires exp ore clinical and scientific applications of MEG. Salary plinary researchcurrentto apply these molecular biology
an M.S. in civil engineenng with a major in geotechnical dependent upon applicant's experience. University of techniques to problems in experimental and
clinical transplantation. Prior experience in transplanta-
engineering and 2½ years of direct experience in the job New Mexico academic title possible. Send resume and
being offered and as described. Salary offered: $38,000 names of three references to: Douglas Rose, M.D., tion or immunology not necessary. Salary negotiable
per year; 40 hours per week, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Medical Director, MEG Center, or Yoshio Okada, depending on experience. Send curriculum vitae and
statement of research and career goals by 1 March 1990
Friday. Send resume to: Illinois Department of Em- Ph.D., Scientific Director, MEG Center, Albuquer-
ployment Securty, 401 South State Street, 3 South, que VA Medical Center, 2100 Ridgecrest Drive, S.E., to: Charles G. Orosz, Ph.D., The Ohio State Univer-
Chicago, IL 60605, Attention: Connie M. Evans, Albuquerque, NM 87108. An Ajirmative Acion/Equal sity College of Medicine, Room 265, Means Hall,
Ref. #V-IL-9868-E. An employer-paid ad. Opportunity Employer. 1655 Upham Drive, Columbus, OH 43210.
S94 SCIENCE, VOL. 247
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
MOLECULAR/CELL BIOLOGIST. Birning- NEUROPATHOLOGIST
ham-Southern College seeks to fill a 1-year sabbatical
replacement position beginning 25 August 1990. Bir- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, tenure-track position POSITION
mmgham-Southern College is a small, private liberal arts available 1 July 1991. Board certification or eliglibility in Applications are invited for a postdoc-
college with a student enrollment of 1935. Teaching anatomic pathology and neuropathology is required. The
position includes diagnostic, teaching, and research re- toral position in the Department of
responsibilities will include genetics, cell biology, intro- sponsibilities. Send curriculum vitae and names of three Immunology to study mechanisms of
ductory biology for nonmajors, and a course in the references to: Pierluigi Gambetti, M.D., Division of
applicant's fieldaor related area. Ph.D. preferred. Individ- antigen processing and presentation.
uals who will complete their Ph.D. byl September 1990 Neuropathology, Institute of Pathology, Case West- This position will provide an excellent
will be considered. Send curriculum vitae, transcripts of ern Rcserve University, 2085 Adelbert Road, Cleve- opportunity for interdisciplinary
undergraduate and graduate education, and three etters land, OH 44106.
research involving the departments of
of recommcndation to: Dr. Irvin Penfield, Box A-1, PLANT COMMUNITY ECOLOGIST molecular cell biology and biophysics.
Birmingham-Southern College, Birmin , AL The Department of Botany, University of Georgia, A suitable candidate should have a
35254. Applications accepted through 1 Apr 1990. invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track
Equal Opportunity Employer. position beginning as early as September 1990. The strong background in immunology
appointment will probably be made at the ASSISTANT and/or biochemistry, cell biology,
PESTICIDE OR ENVIRONMENTAL BIO- molecular biology. The postdoctoral
CHEMIST/ENTOMOLOGIST. The Department of PROFESSOR level, but appropriately alificd appli-
Entomology, Washington State University (WSU), in- cants can be considered at the ASSOCIATE PROFES- appointment will be for two years.
vites applications and nominations for a research, tenure- SOR level. Candidates are expected to conduct indepen- Candidates may have one or two years
track, assistant/associate entomologist position located at dent research in community ecology and to teach appro- previous postdoctoral experience.
Puyallup, Washington. Conduct research on the behav- priate courses in ecology. Applicants should submit
ior of insecticides and other pesticides in agroecosystems curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching Merck Sharp & Dohme Research
of western Washington (additional information available interests, and reprints, and arrange for four letters of Laboratories is located in Rahway,
upon request). Ph.D. required in a biological science. reference to be sent directly to: Dr. Robert Wyatt,
Candidates should have experience or an active interest in Department of Botany, University of Georgia, Ath- New Jersey approximately 25 miles
practical entomology and systems ecology. Applications ens, GA 30602 by 15 March 1990. from New York City. Our salaries, ben-
accepted through 31 March 1990. Send two copies of An Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer. efits and growth potential are excellent.
your entire application including: letter of application, POSTDOCTORAL POSION. Molecular mecha- Interested individuals should send their
statement of professional goals and research plan, curric- nisms of mcmbrane fusion: liposomes, viruscs, intra- and resume and the names of three refer-
ulum vitae induding reprints of fivc relevant publica- intcrcellular. Expericncc in physical biochemistry and cell
tions, descriptions of research expericnce, and a list ences to Ms. Susan F. Glinka, P.O.
including phone numbers of five referees to: John J. biology preferred. Scnd curriculum vitae, relevant re- Box 2000, Merck & Co., Rahway,
Brown, Chair, Search Committee, Department of pints, and threc letters of recommendation to: Dr. Joe NJ 07065. An equal opportunity
Entomology, Washington State University, Pullman, Bentz, Dcpartment of Bioscience, Drexel University,
WA 99164-6432. WSU is an Equal Opportunity/Afirma- 32nd and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19104. employer in/f/v/h.
tive Action Employer. Protected group members are encouraged Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer.
to apply. POSTDOCTORAL POSMIION. Available to study
enzyme regulation and amino acid metabolism. Expen-
PROFESSOR OF MEDICINAI/BIOLOGICAL cnce in protein purification/characterization, HPLC,
CHEMISTRY AND CHAIRMAN OF PHARMA- protein phosphorylation, and/or post-translational pro-
CEUTICS (DRUG DELIVERY). An individual with tein modification desirable. Send curriculum vitae, state-
major prior academic or equivalent experience commen- ment of research interest, and three letters of recommen-
suratc with appointment at the professor level in the dation to: Dr. Ralph Paxton, Dcpartment of Physiolo-
Dcpartment of Medicinal and Biological Chemistry is gy and Pharmacology, Collge of Veterinary Medi-
sought by the University of Toledo, Collee of Pharma- one, Auburn University, AL 36849. Aubunm University
cy. An individual with interests in drug design and in the is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Minor-
chemistry of novel, preferably modern, biotcchnological- ities and women are encouraged to apply.
ly derived drug-delivery systems is desired. Some addi-
tional leadership skills are preferred, as there is an POSTDOCTORAL POSMONS. Two positions RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
opportunity to help lead the activities of the newly available: (i) effects of ACIH and other factors on The Mineral Metabolism Section, National Institute
established Center for Drug Design and Development human adrenal steroidogenesis and LDL processing; (ii) of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases,
and, secondly, to establish a new department, under human liver lipoprotein production. Research experience National Institutes of Health, seeks an outstanding
which additional growth is expected. Examination of with some ofthe following required: RIA, cell culture, candidate (M.D. and/or Ph.D.) with at least 4 years
applicants began 1 February 1990, but applications will Western/Northern blot, and chromatography. Ph.D. or
be accepted after that date and the position will remain equivalent. Send curriculum vitae, research interests, and post-doctoral experience to participate in studies
names of three references to: C. Richard Parker, Jr., on cell biology of signal transduction by v-ERB-A
open until it is filled by a successful applicant. Send letter related receptors. This is a position in an
of interest, curriculum vitae, and names of three refer- Ph.D., Department of Obstetrics and Gynecolog,v innovative group with interests in basic and clinical
ences to: Dr. Richard A. Hudson, Chairman, Depart- University of Alabama at Birngham (UAB), UAi research. Applicant should have broad familiarity
ment of Medicinal and Biological Chemistry, The Station, Birmingh AL 35294. UAB is an Equal with normal and abnormal human medical
University of Toledo, Collegc of Pharmacy, Toledo Opportunity Employer.
OH 43606. The University of Toledo is an Affirmative
physiology. Preference will be given to a
POSTDOCTORAL POSMONS. Available to candidate with hands-on experience with
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. conduct research on RFLP analysis of ccreal crops. eukaryotic tissue culture, radioligand assays of
Applicants should have experience with standard molecu- steroids and cyclic nucleotides, immunocytology,
lar biology techniques including doning and DNA se- video microscopy, computerized image-processing
quencing. Candidates with a Ph.D. in molecular biology, (preferably UNIX-based systems), HPLC
genetics, or plant breeding are encouraged to agply. separation, and molecular biology. Should be
Somatogen is a rapidly growing biotechnology com- Please send resume to: Sybi Paul, Deawrtment of Crop experienced with use of microcomputer and
pany invohred in the development of recombinant hemo- and Soil Environmental Scienecs Virginia Polytech- mainframe computer system, including
globin-based blood substitute products. We are located nic Institute and State University (VPI&SU), Blacks- applications for statistics and graphics. The
dose to both the University of Colorado-Boulder and burg, VA 24061. Telephonc: 703-231-6300. candidate should have experience in directing
the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in VPI&SU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action other post-doctoral scientists and in formulating
Denver. Employer. and carrying out original research, proven by a
PROTEIN CHEMIST. This position requires a POSTDOCTORAL OPPORTUNITIES. In the substantial record of original publications in
Ph.D. and at least 2 years of postdoctoral experience. Los Angeles Area to join a multidisciplinary research critically reviewed jourrals. Starting salary is
Preference will be given to candidates who have a strong team in the development of a liposome-encapsulated $41,500 or may be negotiable commensurate with
background in organic chemistry as well as in protein hemoglobin (LEH) product to be used as a blood qualifications and background. Interested persons
structure and function. rep,lacement fluid. One position, available immediately at should send their curriculum vitae, several
MOLECULAR BIOLOGIST. This position re- 00 per year is for a Ph.D. with a background in reprints, statement of goals, and names of three
quires a Ph.D. and at least 2 years of postdoctoral LIPID BIOCHEMISTRY who will be involved with references to:
experience in the field of yeast molecular biology or the formulation and testing of the LEH product. A
genetics. Preference will be given to candidates with second postdoctoral slot will be for a Ph.D. in SYN- Dr. Stephen Marx '06 /L /q5
experience in the expression of heterologous proteins in THETIC MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY to be in- Bldg. 10, Room 9C101 Q
yeast. volved in analog development of pharmaccutical agents National Institutes of Health
Please send curriculum vitae, and the names of three capable of modulating ule oxygen bind propertles of 9000 Rockville Pike
references by 15 March 1990 to: hemoglobin. Send curriculum vitae and three names or Bethesda, MD 20892 9PEtV
Personnel Director, Departmcnt S letters of references to: Dr. Thomas G. Burke, City of
Somatogen, Inc. Hope National Medical Centcr, Duarte, CA 91010. For further information telephone Dr. Marx at
350 Interlocken Parkway, Suite 100 Tcelphonc: 818-359-8111, ext. 4501. City of Hope is (301) 496-5052.
Broomfield, CO 80021 an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
NIH IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
2 FEBRUARY I990
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE POSTDOCTORAL POSMONS. One to study POSTDOCTORAL POSITION
A challenging postdoctoral position is available to cellular/molecular biology of nerve regeneration and one MOLECULAR EVOLUTIONARY GENETICS
study the molecular biology and regulation of gene to study mechanismns of synaptic plasticities (presynaptic Available to examine aspects of gene and genome
expression in yeast [Progr. Nudeic Acid Res. Mol. Biol. 37, inhibition, long-term potentiation) via intracellular pene- evolution in microorganisms and eukaryotes. Please send
284 (1989)]. We seek a motivated individual who can trations of identified nerve terminals. Send curriculum curriculum vitae to: Howard Ochiman, Department of
work independently. Experience with cloning, sequenc- vitae and three letters of reference to: Dr. George D. Gcnetics, Box 8232, Washington University School
ing, DNA footprinting, mutagenesis, PCR, and protein Bittner, Professor of Zoology, The University of of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63110. Tclephone: 314-
chemistry is desirable. Ph.D. in biochemistry or molecu- Texas, Austin, TX 78712. Telephone: 512-471-5454. 362-2728. Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer,
lar biology required. The position is available immediate- FAX: 512-471-9651. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative M/F/H/V.
ly and salary is determined by NIH guidelines. Send Action Employer.
curriculum vitae, a statement of research experience, a POSTDOCTORAL POSMONS POSTDOCTORAL POSITION. Wanted: one re-
bibliography, and names, addresses, and telephone num- cent Ph.D. with research experience in molecular phylo-
bers of three references to: Dr. Julius Marmur or Dr. One position will be in the area of bacterial chemotaxis genetic techniques, and one with experience in teratology
Paul Sollitti, Albert Einstein Collegc of Medicine, and motility. Another position will be in the area of or exercise physiology. Funded for 2 years. Begin May
Department of Biochemistry, 1300 Morris Park Avc- regulation of expression of flagella and chemotaxis genes. 1990. For details, write: Postdoc, Department ofZool-
nue, Bronx, NY 10461. Telephone: 212-430-3024 or Experience in biochemistry and/or molecular genetics is ogy, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602.
212430-2080. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Em- desirable. One position is available in spring 1990 and
ployer. the second position will be available in fall 1990. Send
curriculum vitae and names of three references to: Dr. SYLVESTER COMPREHENSIVE
MOLECULAR BIOLOGIST/ Philip Matsumura, Laboratory of Molecular Biolog, CANCER CENTER
PROTEIN CHEMIST University of Illinois at Chicago, P.O. Box 4348, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF m/c-067, Chicago IL 60680. An Equal Opportunity SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
TECHNOLOGY Employer. POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION in protein engin- Position available for a postdoctoral associate with a
eering/protein chemistry. Design of novd protein cata- POSTDOCTORAL. A position is available to work Ph.D. degree in biochemistry or biochemical pharmacol-
lrsts. Experience in protein characterization and Ph.D. in on the pathogenesis of human papillomaviruses (HPV) ogy. Individual should have experience in enzyme assays,
chemistry or biochemistry preferred. Send curriculum in cervical cancer; in particular, to investigate the role of tssue culture, nucleosides, biochemistry, HPLC, and
vitae and names of three references to: Dr. F. Arnold, HPV genes in the immortalization and inhibition of other bioanalytical techniques. Send curriculum vitae
Chemistry and Chemical Engneer', 210,41, Cali- differentiation of human epithelial cells. Skills in tissue with names of three references to: Susan Martin, Assist-
fornia Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125. culture, DNA doning, site-directed mutagenesis, or ant Director for Administration, Sylvester Compre-
Caltech ia an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. RNA analysis would be an advantage. Please send curric- hensive Cancer Center, University of Miami, P.O.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. ulum vitae and names of three references to: Dr. Dennis Box (016960) (R-71), Miami, FL 33101. Affirmative
J. McCance, Departmnent of Microbiology and Immu- Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
POSTDOCTORAL POSMONS IN CELLU- nology, University of Rochester, 601 Elmwood Ave-
LAR AND MOLECULAR NUTRMON. Two posi- nue, Box 672, Rochester, NY 14642. The University of
Rochester is an Affirmative Acion/Equal Opportunity POSTDOCTORAL POSMIION. We have a posi-
tions are available to study the regulation of folate and Employer. tion open in the Division of Urology, University of
one carbon metabolism. Projects include cloning, expres- Pennsylvania School of Medicine. The successful candi-
sion, and site-directed mutagenesis of genes tor folate- POSTDOCTORAL POSMON. To study the mo- date will study the molecular properties and pharmacolo-
dependent enxzymes; studies on the mecfianism of cataly- lecular biology of plant mitochondria substrate trans- gy of potassium and calcium channel modulators in
sis and substrate binding of folate enzymes; and studies porters. Experience in the determination or modeling of vascular and non-vascular smooth muscles. Experience
on the regulation of folate and antifolate metabolism in protein structures, membrane biochemistry, and/or mo- with tracer flux measurement technicues is required.
cultured mammalian cells. Ph.D. degree or equivalent in lecular biology desired. Available for 3 years with a salary Although this is an academic position within the Univer-
biochemistry, nutrition, or related field, and experience to $25,000 per year plus benefits. Send curriculum vitae sity ofPennsylvania, the research will be conducted in the
in recombinant DNA, protein chemistry, enzymology, and three references to: Dr. David J. Oliver, Depart- laboratory of a nearby pharmaceutical company. The
and/or tissue culture techniques advantageous. ment of Biochemistry, University of Idaho, Moscow, salary range for this unique academic-pharmaccutical
Send curriculum vitae and names and addresses of ID 83843. postdoctoral position is $25,000 to $34,000. Funds are
three references to: Dr. Barry Shane, Department of available for relocation. All interested individuals should
Nutritional Sciences, University of California, 329 POSTDOCTORAL POSMON, PHYCOLOGY. send their r6sume and the names and addresses of three
Morgan Hall, Berkdey, CA 94720. Telephone: 415- Available 1 July 1990, for 1 year, renewable for a second references to: Dr. Robert M. Levin, Director of Basic
642-0750. An Affinnative Action/Equal Opportunity year. Applicants should have a strong background in Research, Division of Urology, University of Penn-
Employer. phycology with emphasis in aquatic ecology/water quali- sylvania Hospital, 3006 Ravdin Courtyard, 3400
ty or cell biology/physiology. Experience in laboratory Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104.
University of California, Irvine (UCI), POSTDOC- culture of micro- and macroalgae desired. Review of
TORAL POSITIONS are available immediately to applications will begin 1 March 1990 and continue at 7-
study the molecular biology of the epidermal growth POSTDOCTORAL POSITION in plant physiolo-
factor receptor in pancreatic cancer and signal transduc- day intervals until appointment is made. Send curriculum gy to study the joint effects of air pollutants and c imatic
tion mechanisms triggered by cytokines. Candidates vitae, statement of research interests, and three references stresses on photosynthesis and other physiological pro-
must have recently obtained a Ph.D. or equivalent and to: Milton R. Sommerfeld, Department of Botany, cesses. Qualifications include Ph.D. in plant physiology
should have a strong background in molecular biology, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-1601. or related field and experience relevant to the research
gene doning, and/or signal transduction. Please send Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. topic. Position is available now for a rninimum of 2 years.
curriculum vitae and names and addresses of three refer- POSTDOCTORAL POSITION Salary negotiable, commensurate with experience. Send
ences to: Dr. Murray Korc, Departments of Medicine curriculumn vitae and names of three references to: Dr. D.
and Biochemistry, C-240, Med Sci I, University of Available July 1990 for an NIH-funded study on gene C. MacLean, Boyce Thompson Institute, Tower
California, Irvine, CA 92717. UCI is an Equal Opportu- regulation durng sea urchin development. Applicants Road, Ithaca, NY 14853. Boyce Thompson Institute is an
nity/Afirmative Action Employer. with Ph.D. shourd have experience in molecular biology Afirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
and preferably in embryology as well. Salary is commen-
NEUROBEHAVIORAL POSTDOCTORAL surate with experience. Send curriculum vitae and names POSTDOCTORAL POSITION. Available imme-
POSMONS of three references to: Dr. Francesco Ramirez, Box diately, to study molecular regulation of liver collagen
The positions are available for an interdisciplinary 1128A, Department of Molecular Biology, The and cytokine gene expression utilizing in vivo models
neuropsychobiological research training program. The Mount Sinai Medical Center, One Gustavc L. Levy and liver cell isolation and culture techniques. Experience
program objectives are to facilitate the development of Place, New York, NY 10029-6574. An Equal Opportu- in cell and/or molecular biology desirable. Send curricu-
nity Employer. lum vitae and names of three references to: Dr. Bernard
mvestigators who are familiar with the integrated con- H. Davis, Department ofMedicine, Box 400, Univer-
cepts of neuropsychobiology as well as their individual POSTDOCTORAL POSITION sity of Chicago Medical Center, 5841 South Mary-
anatomical, biochemical, physiological, or clinical re- land Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637. Telephone: 312-
search specialties. Rapidly developing technological areas Position available for an individual with a Ph.D. and 702-1467.
that relate to the nervous system are periodically incorpo- experience in molecular biology. The successful applicant
rated into the program; for example, molecular genetics, wllbe engaged in research on the biochemical and
neuropsychoimmunology, CNS virology (including molecular mechanisms by which angiotensin peptides POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN MOLECU-
AIDS), and in vivo metabolic imaging. In addition to the and other hormonal and pharmacological stimuli medi- LAR BIOLOGY. Available immediately to study the
intensive research experience in one or more laboratory ate cardiac muscle cell growth. There will also be the expression of genes controlling mevalonate metabolism
disciplines, the conceptual basis of neurosciences as it opportunity to engage in research defining the role of a in rat liver. Experience in standard molecular biology
relates to an understanding of the normal and maladapt- localized intracardiac renin-angiotensin system in medi- techniques required. Send curriculum vitae and names of
ive development of human neurobiology and behavior is ating cardiac muscle cell growth, with an emphasis on the three references by 1 March 1990 to: Dr. R. Kennedy
emphasized in seminars. reguation of the precursor genes for this system. Com- Keller, University of South Florida Collcge of Medi-
or a catalog of opprnties and application forms, petitive salary and fringe benefits are available. Please cine, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular
contact: Dr. Everett W. Ellinwood, Duke University send curriculum vitae and three names or letters of Biology, 12901 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard, MDC
Medical Center, Box 3870, Durham, NC 27710. reference to: Dr. Kenneth M. Baker, Weis Center for Box 7, Tampa, FL 33612-4799. The University of
Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Research, Geisinger Clinic, Danville, PA 17822. Equal South Florida is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer. Opportunity Employer. Employer.
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FACULTY POSITION (A
ASSOCIATE DEAN RESEARCH SCIENTIST
FOR STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTION AMMALLIN
The University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine invites applica-
tions and nominations for a tenure/tenure track position with full-time EXPRESSION SYSTEMS
administrative activity as an Associate Dean. Letters of application
should include a curriculum vitae outlining academic training, teaching Amgen is a recognized leader in the discovery and devel-
and administrative experience and present professional activities. Also opment of human pharmaceutical and diagnostic prod-
requested is a list of publications, a statement of professional goals and
the names of three or more persons who can provide letters of reference. ucts through applied biotechnology. Our continued
Salary will be commensurate with training, experience and academic growth has created an immediate need for a Research
rank of the successful applicant. Scientist in our diagnostics group in Boulder, Colorado.
The mission of the College is to provide excellent teaching, research,
service and extension programs based on current and future strengths of Candidates for this position must have a Ph.D. in an
its faculty and staff. The College has identified a series of areas, appropriate discipline and greater than 2 years' experi-
including creation of a more flexible curriculum, through a strategic
planning process, that it intends to spend considerable time implement- ence in cloning and expression of proteins in mammalian
ing in the immediate future. The successful applicant will be expected to expression systems, development of mammalian expres-
play a key role in catalyzing those efforts. In addition to addressing sion vectors, and host cell culturing and development. A
potential changes in the professional curriculum, the College will also
emphasize expansion of graduate and post-professional programs. As strong background in cell biology is highly desirable.
one of six colleges in the University's Health Sciences Center, for
collaborative programs in many aspects of biomedical research. The Amgen offers an excellent compensation and benefits
College's affiliation with the University's Institute for Food and Agricultur- package as well as the unique opportunity to contribute to
al Sciences also places it in a strong position for the full development of
food animal, wildlife, equine, zoological, aquatic animal and related significant research programs on the leading edge of
programs. The College's semi tropical location also provides unique biotechnology. If you have the necessary skills and
opportunities for it to develop strong programs in tropical medicine. qualifications and would like to be a part of a company that
Qualifications for the position include a DVM degree with advanced places a high priority on its human resources, please send
degrees (MS and/or Ph.D) or a Ph.D in higher education administration a resume or C.V., in confidence, to:
or similar field. Candidates with either terminal degree must have had
educational and managerial experience in a veterinary college or other
health related professional colleges. AMGEN BOULDER, INC.
Other qualifications include demonstrated administrative skills, a com- Personnel Dept.
mitment to excellence in professional education and a teaching meth- 2045 32nd Street
ods. Applicatnts or nominees should be eligible for appointment to the
rank of Associate Professor or Full Professor. A detailed position Boulder
description is available upon request. Application deadline is March 15, CO 80301
1990. Position VM-8908. Dr. Ronald Gronwall, Search Committee,
Chairperson, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, Box Equal
J-125, JHMHSC, Gainesville, FL 32610-0125. The University of Florida Opportunity
is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Employer
BUILDING A PELTIDE CHEMIST
NEW LAB? m offmann-La Roche, one of the world's fore-
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a Senior Scientist-Peptide Chemist to con-
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POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
Advanced POSTDOCTORAL POSMIION for an POSTDOCTORAL POSMIION. A position is POSTDOCTORAI'RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
individual with interests in integrating contemporary available for a recent Ph.D. or M.D. to investigate the IN GENE EXPRESSION
biophysics with current techniques in molecular biology/ role of retinoids in the immune response to bacterial The named position is available immediately or by the
protein expression for the microbial polymerization of antigens. In vivo and in vitro systems will be used to fail to study muscle gene expression in Drosophila. We are
biologically relevant repeating peptide sequences. investigate regulation of antibody production and natu- studying promoter and splicing function of contractile
Recombinant DNA techniques have been utilized to ral killer cell function. Expenence in basic or clinical protein genes in transgenic flies and protein binding
construct a synthetic elastin polypentamer gene suitable immunology, cellular and molecular biology, or nutri- studies in in vitro cell-free systems. Applicants must have
for expression in prokaryotic systems designed for high tional biochemistry is required. Salary begins at $22,000 a Ph.D. and experience in recombinant DNA methods is
yield production. Please have resume and references sent per year, depending on experience. Please send curricu- desirable. Starting salary is competitive. Send curriculum
to: Dr. Dan W. Urry, Director, Laboratory of Molec- lum vitae, a letter d7escribing experience and professional vitae and names of threc references to: Dr. Robert V.
ular Biophysics, The University of Alabama at Bir- goals, and names of three referees to: Dr. A. Catharine Storti, Deprtment of Biochemistry, University of
mingham, P.O. Box 300/Umversity Station, Bir- Ross, Professor of Biochemistry, Deprtment of Illinois Colege of Medicine, 1853 West Polk Street,
mingham, AL 35294. Telephone: 205-934-4177 or - Physiology and Biochetry, Medical Coilege of Chicago, IL 60612. The University of Illinos is an Affinna-
4178. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Pennsylvania, 3300 Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA tive Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
19129. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
POSTDOCTORAL AND GRADUATE RE-
CARNEGIE MELLON. POSTDOCTORAL RE- SEARCH POSITIONS IN THEORETICAL BIOL-
SEARCH appointment to work on chemical engineer- OGY. To work on problems in population genetics
ing issues related to chemical weapon conventions. involving the evolution of cooperation, recombination,
Should have a solid base in chemistry and understanding and mating systems, available 1 May 1990 or after.
in the design of chemical plants. Involves strong interac- Postdoctoral salary range: $17,000 to $25,000, depend-
tions with the chemical industry and the negotiation ing on experience, plus fringe benefit package. Graduate
CENTER FOR INSECT SCIENCE process towards a chemical weapon convention. Send student salary range (half-time, fiscal year): $9,923 to
THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA resume to: Benoit Morl, Engineerinc and Public $11,071. Send curriculum vitae, statement of research
Policy, Camegie Melion University, Pittsburg, PA interests, and three letters of reference by 16 March 1990
POSTDOCTORAL AND 15213. to: Dr. Richard Michod, Department of Ecology and
GRADUATE STUDENT POSMONS Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson,
The Center for Insect Science is a multi-campus inter- UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA AZ 85721.
disciplinary research program funded by the National POSTDOCTORAL POSITION/ The University of Arizona is an Equal Opportunity!
Science Foundation (Biological Centers Award), the RESEARCH SCIENTIST Afirmative Acion Employer.
MacArthur Foundation (Vector Biology) and the Du- The Department of Dermatology is offering an out-
Pont and Monsanto Corporations. Participants include POSTDOCTORALIRESEARCH ASSOCIATE
over 50 research laboratories in the Departments of standing opportunity to investigate the immunomodula- Position available immediately in retroviral research
Biochemistry, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Ento- tory effects of novel antineoplastic therapies. The Univer- group (multiyear NIH funded). Training in molecular
mology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Neurobiology, sity of Pennsylvania is a leading center m the use of new biology desired. Candidate will participate in ongoing
Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Veterinary Sciences at the immunotherapies in the treatment of autoimmune dis- studies aimed at the detection and characterization of
University of Arizona in Tucson, the Carl Hayden Bee ease and cancer. Collaboration with other major universi-
ty centers is currently ongoing. Studies would focus on known and unknown retroviruses. Faculty position pos-
Research Center in Tucson, and the Zoology Depart- the correction of abnormal immunoregulation and the sible. Salary commensurate with level of experience.
ment at Arizona State University in Tempe. induction of heightened antitumor immunity produced Forward letters of interest including complete curricu-
In addition to a stipend, postdoctoraf and graudate lum vitae to: Bernard J. Poiesz, M.D., Head, Division
students receive funds to support research and are expect- by these therapies. Previous experience in cellular immu- of Hcmatology/Oncology, Department of Medicine,
ed to develop independent, collaborative projects. We are nology, immunochemistry, and Northern blotting neces- 750 East Adams Street, Syracuse, NY 13210. An
especially interested in projects involving molecular and sary. Substantial interaction with senior scientists in Afirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Applica-
physiological studies of msect vectors of parasites. Poten- molecular biology, immunodermatology, and photobiol-
ogy possible. tions will be accepted until the position is filled.
tial applicants should contact: Dr. Henry Hagedorn,
Director, Center for Insect Science, 430 Forbes Salary negotiable and duration of appointment flexi- RESEARCH ASSOCIATE POSITION, PENN-
Building, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721. ble. Reply to: SYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY: Position avail-
The deadline for applications is 1 March 1990. Applica- Alain H. Rook, M.D. able to study pituitary cell structure and function; prolac-
tions from women and minority groups are encouraged. The Department of Dermatology tin and estrogen involvement in immune modulation.
University ofArizona is an Affirmative Acion/Equal Opportu- Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Candidate must have experience in ELISA, intracellular
nity Employer. 2 Maloney Building and cell surface immunofluorescence, bioassays, lympho-
36th and Spruce Streets kine receptor assays, and gel electrophorosis. Ph.D. in
POSTDOCTORAL POSMON. Available July of Philadelphia, PA 19104 immunology and knowledge of endocrinology required.
1990 to study (i) in vivo, pulmonary deposition/clear- The University of Pennsylvania is an Equal Opportuni- A minimum of 1 year of postdoctoral experience re-
ance of inhaled particles and (ii) in vitro particle dissolu- quired. Salary range: $22,000 to $26,000 per year.
tion in lung lavage cells. Candidates should have experi- ty/Affirmative Action Employer. Standard university benefits package. To apply, send
ence in at feast two of the following areas: the produc- curriculum vitae and names of three references by 9
tion/characterization of aerosols, in vitro techniq,ues for U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE March 1990 to: Dr. W. C. Hymer, 401 Althouse,
determinig solubility of particles in cells, and m vivo AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE Molecualar and Cell Biology, The Pennsylvania State
particle inhalatio techniques to measure deposition/clear- (USDA/ARS) University, University Park PA 16802. An Affirmative
ance of aerosols. Experience in use of radioisotopes POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities
desired. Doctoral or equivalent degree in any associated position is available immediately to study the mecha- are encouraged to apply.
field will be considerecf. To apply, send curriculum vitae nisms and regulation of nitrogen transport and metabo-
and three references by 1 Aprnl 1990 to: Dr. William D. lism in developing maize kernels. Approaches include PHARMACOLOGY RESEARCH ASSOCIATE.
Bennett, Center for Environmental Medicine and enzymology, immunology, 14C and "5N (liquid and solid Conduct research to identify and characterize the neuro-
Lung Biology, CB #7310, Medical Research Build- NMR) incorporation, and in vitro kernel and endosperm nal binding sites for potent toxins, such as botulinum
ingC, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC tissue culture. Candidates must have received a Ph.D. toxin and tetanus toxin. Ph.D. in pharmacology or M.D.
27599. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. within the past 3 years in plant physiology/biochemistry plus 5 years of expenrence in receptor pharmacology.
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE. or related areas. Starting salary is $29,891 (GS-11) per mxperence/research in: molecular pharmacology or blo-
A position is available immediately to study the regula- year and 3 years of funding is available. Send a resume, logical chemistry; handling toxins, isotopes, cells in
tion of phospholipid metabolism and its relationship to marked 9N034, and the names of three references to: culture and microorganisms; radiolabelling toxins and
signal transduction and the cell cycle. Candidates with a Michael J. Muhitch, Seed Biosynthesis Research binding experiments; receptor isolation and characteriza-
Ph.D. degree should submit their curriculum vitae, re- Unit, USDA/ARS, Northern Rcgional Research Ccn- tion. History of scholarly publications. $32,000 per year;
prints, and names of three references to: Dr. Charles 0. ter, 1815 North University Street, Peoria, IL 61604. 40 hours per week. Apply to: Dr. Lance Simpson,
Rock, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 332 Telephone: 309-6854011 (ext. 368). The Agricultural Thomas Jefferson University (JAH), 1020 Locust
North Lauderdale, Memphis, TN 38101. An Equal Research Service is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107.
Opportunity/Afirmative-Action Employer. Employer. RESEARCH SCIENTIST/GENETIC
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE OR ASSISTANT RE- ENGINEERING OF FLOWER COLOR
SEARCH SCIENTIST to aid in landscape level spatial POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE DNA Plant Technologies, Inc., is the world's largest
simulation modeling of coastal systms7Skils and experi- GENE EXPRESSION independent agribiotech company. Position is available
ence in ecological modeling, remote sensing, and GIS are Position available to study the elements controlling for a Ph.D. molecular biologist in our floriculture re-
desired along with the abdity to work in an interdisci- globin gene activity at the molecular level using expres- search program.
plinary group. Minimum requirement is a Ph.D. Salary is sion vectors. Candidates must have Ph.D. with experi- The objective of this exciting program includes the
commensurate with qualifications. Send a resume and ence in recombinant DNA technolopy. Salary to manipulation of flower colors and other traits of impor-
names of three references by 28 February 1990 to: Dr. $30,000. Send resume to: Dr. R. F. Rieder, Depart- tance to the flower industry. Please send resume with
Robert Costanza, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory ment of Medicine, State University of New York three re&frences to: DNA Plant Technologies, Inc.,
University of Mrland (UM), Solomons, MD Health Science Center At Brooklyn, 450 Clarkson Richard Jorgensen, Ph.D., Director of Floriculture
20688-0038. Telephone: 301-3264281. UM is an Avenue, Box #20, Brooklyn, NY 11203. Equal Oppor- Research, 6701 San Pablo Avenue, Oakland, CA
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. tunity/Affirmative Action Employer. DMC #CR0284. 94608-1239. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
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College of Computer, Mathematical,
and Physical Sciences CLINICAL RESEARCH
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND,
COLLEGE PARK PHARMACOK[NETICIST
Applications and nominations are invited for the position of Dean of the Genentech, Inc., a leader in the field of biotechnology, has an
College of Computer, Mathematical, and Physical Sciences at the University immediate opening for a scientist in the Pharmacokinetic
of Maryland, College Park campus. The Dean provides both academic and Secdon of our Safety Evaluation Division. This individual will
administrative leadership for the College and reports directly to the Vice
Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost. interactwith scientific personnel fiom all depaments of the
The College consists of the departments of Computer Science, Geology, Company and will partidpate in the development of dinical
Mathematics, Meteorology, and Physics and Astronomy, as well as the pharmakinetic strtgies and clinical study activities.
Applied Mathematics Program, the Center for Automation Research, the
Chemical Physics Program, the Institute for Physical Science and Technolo- We require a Ph.D. in Pharnaceutics, Pharmacoldnetics or
gy, the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, and the Laboratory for
Plasma Research. The College employs 472 faculty members and approxi-
Pharmcologcl Sciens with 2-4 years' preclinical and clinical
mately 800 support personnel. Presently about 2300 undergraduate students ADME industrial eperience or a Pharm.D. with 3-5 years
and 800 graduate students are enrolled in degree programs within the of clinical pamaokinetic experience and publications.
College. In 1988-89, researchers in the College were awarded approximately Clinical pharmacokinetic fellowship and maaromolecule ADME
$34 million in external grants and contracts. The state-supported budget was
about $28 million. exrence preferrei
A candidate should have an earned doctorate, be eligible for appointment
in a department of the College at the rank of Professor with tenure, have
Genentech, Inc. offers an excellent salary and benefits packag
successful experience as a teacher and a distinguished record of scholarly coupled with the opportunity to make a sigificnt contribution
research, and have demonstrated leadership ability and management skills. to our orgnizatn. For consideration, please send your C.V. to
Applications should include a curriculum vitae and the names and Human Reurces DepartnentJM, Genentech, Inc., 460 Point
addresses of at least four references. For best consideration, all applications San Bruno BML, South San Francisco, CA 94080. We actively
should be submitted before March 1, 1990 to:
support and promote affimadtve action and equal employment
Patrick F. Cunniff opportunity. Women and minorities are encourged to apply.
Office of Graduate Studie & Research
2125 Lee Building
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742 (C OW
The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employ-
er. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.
FACULTY POSITIONS IN
DNX is an advanced biotechnology company whose main focus is the
MAYO CLINIC SCOTTSDALE
use of transgenics to develop enhanced biological systems for drug
discovery, safety testing, and livestock improvement. DNX has Faculty positions are open for career investigators (M.D., Ph.D.,
attained a position of leadership in the transgenics industry, enjoying or comparable degree) in musculoskeletal diseases research at
close ties to academic and government laboratories as well as Mayo Clinic Scottsdale. Candidates must be U.S. citizens or per-
business partnerships with world leaders in the pharmaceutical and manent residents, and should have advanced training and expe-
rience in basic sciences related to biology of bone, cartilage, mus-
livestock industries. cle, or connective tissues. Pertinent research areas might include
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY - PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY membrane function, G-proteins, protein kinases and
phosphorylation, peptide control of gene expression, or control
An opening is available in our new Molecular Biology Center in of cellular differentiation.
Princeton, New Jersey for an expert in the physiological and genetic
aspects of spermatogenesis. Applicants for this position should hold Laboratories are under construction at Mayo Clinic Scottsdale,
and a long-term program of planned research development is
the Ph.D. degree and have a record of relevant independent research. underway. Available in support of the research effort will be ample
Experience in molecular genetics and gene expression would be modern research space and equipment, start-up and continu-
beneficial. In addition, positions are available for MS/BS level ing support, and the entire research, educational, and clinical
scientists with experience in recombinant DNA technology and resources of the Mayo Clinic, Mayo Medical School, Mayo Grad-
uate School, and the Graduate School of Medicine.
molecular genetics. Applicants should send a curriculum vitae,
description of research accomplishments and the names, addresses Qualified candidates should submit detailed curriculum vitae,
and telephone numbers of three references to: J. Eugene LeClerc, bibliographies, and names of three references to:
Ph.D., DNX, 303B College Road East, Princeton, NJ 08540. Hunter Heath Ill, M.D.
Director for Research
ANIMAL BIOLOGY - ATHENS, OHIO Mayo Clinic Scottsdale
In our Animal Biology Research Center in Athens, Ohio, there are 13400 E. Shea Blvd.
openings for BS/MS level scientists experienced in mammalian gene Scottsdale, AZ 85259
transfer and microinjection technology. Please send a curriculum (Telephone 602-391-8004 or
vitae and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of three 507-285-6515)
references to: Carl Pinkert, Ph.D., DNX, One President Street,
Athens, OH 45701.
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE RESEARCH SCIENTIST. To perform scientific RESEARCH ASSISTANT, full-time, to operate and
The Department of Biochemistry announces the avail- research, design, implement, oversee, and direct experi- maintain an Applied Biosystem 475 Protein Sequencer,
ability of a research associate position in the area of ments to develop high-performance liquid chromatogra- 431 Peptide Synthesizer, and Beckman System Gold
metaloprotein structure and function. Previous experi- phy (HPLC), enzyme-linked enzyme immunoassays Amino Acid Analyzer. B.S./M.S. required with experi-
ence in one of the following areas is desirable: purifica- (EIAs), or radioimmunoassay (RIA) as suitable alterna- ence in protein sequencing, peptide synthesis, and/or
tion and/or characterization of membrane-bound en- tives to replace bioassay procedures used for stability amino acid analysis preferred. Send letter of interest,
zymes, mitochondrial electron transport proteins, bio- indicating potency predication of salmon calcitonin- curriculum vitae, and three letters of references to: Dr.
physical techniques (especially epr). Interested individ- formulated products. Ph.D. in chemistry plus 1 year as Russel Meints, Center for Gene Research and Bio-
uals should send a complete resume, together with the associate research chemist required. Previous experience technology, Oregon State University (OSU), Corval-
names of three people who are willing to provide refer- must include 1 year of hands-on experience performing lis, OR 97331-2906. Telephone: 503-737-3413. Ap-
ences for the applicant. chemical research utilizing HPLC (reverse phase, size- plication closing date is 1 March 1990. Starting date is 1
All information should be sent immediately to: G. exclusion, ion exchange afnity column), immunoassays April 1990. OSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportuni-
Palmer, Biochemistry Department, Rice University, (antibody production, purification, analyte modification ty Employer and complies with Seaion 504 ofthe Rehabilitation
P.O. Box 1892, Houston, TX 77251. Rice University is and conjugation, development of rapid flow injection Act of 1973. OSU has a policy ofbeing responsive to the needs
an Equal Opportunity Employer. sandwich and competitive enzyme immunoassays, radio- of dual-career couples.
immunoassays), ion-selective electrodes, and develop-
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE. Position available for ment of flow-through polymeric membrane ion selective SENIOR PRINCIPAL BIOMEDICAL ENGI-
studies in developmental neuroendocrinology. Ph.D. in electrodes. Forty hours per week, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., NEER. Coordinate renal therapy research focusing on
physiology, pharmacology, molecular biology, or related Monday to Friday; $35,700 per year. Please send re- the conception, construction, and clinical testing of
discipline required. Experience including cei culture and sumes to: L. Stewart, Manager of Personnel, Depart- working prototypes which demonstrate the feasibility of
radioimmunoassay preferred. Competitive salary. Please ment 90R-JIJIN, Rorer Central Research, 640 Al- monitoring blood pressure and blood volume during
send resume and names of references to: Research lendale Drive, King of Prussia, PA 19406. Equal hemodialysis procedure in order to prevent symptomatic
Associate Position, c/o Dr. L. Cuttler, Rainbow Ba- Opportunity Employer. hypotension; assume responsibility for on-line monitor-
bies and Childrens Hospital, Room 790, Case West- ing and signal processing of mammalian cardiovascular
ern Reserve University, 2101 Adelbert Road, Cleve- VASCULAR RESEARCH responses including blood pressure, blood velocity, and
land, OH 44106. Akron City Hospital is recruiting an independent blood density; direct, design, and fabrication of electrical
investigator with expertise in the cell and molecular circuits and prototypes; prepare reports on cardiovascu-
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, 40 hours per week, 8 biology of vascular cells. Successful applicants would be lar monitoring, control, and expert systems. Eight years
a.m. to 5 p.m., $36,000 per year. Must have a Ph.D. in expected to establish an independent research program in of college, Ph.D. in electrical engineering; must have
physics. Will perform research on the development of their field of specific interest as well as collaborative ties M.S. degree in biomedical engineering; graduate level
optical monitoring schemes in fabrication of submicro- with existing Faboratories involved in diverse aspects of coursework must include at least one course in each of
meter holographic structures for use in integrated cir- vascular research. Candidates should have a Ph.D. or the following areas: artificial intelligence and robotics;
cuits. Will perform research on the characterization of M.D. with appropriate postdoctoral experience. Physi- fizzy sets/expert systems; adaptive and nonlinear con-
metal films deposited on integrated circuits. Also will cian-scientists are encouraged to apply. trol; human physiological systems. Graduate level re-
perform research on the development of a new alignment Akron City Hospital is a major teaching hospital for search work must include research in area of cardiovascu-
scheme based on the technique of multiple-holographic the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine lar monitoring, control, and expert systems. Forty hours
exposure. Must have 2 years of experience in the job (NEOUCOM) with a strong commitment to clinical and per week; 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; $47,500 per year.
offered. Submit r6sumes to: New Mexico Department applied biomedical research. A competitive salary and Send resumes to: Illinois Job Service, 401 South
of Labor, 501 Mountain Road, N.E., Albuquerque, fringe benefit package is available. Academic appoint- State Street, 3 South, Chicago, IL 60605. Attention:
NM 87102. CC#1001. Job Order #276215f. ments may be availa6le through NEOUCOM, the Uni- Mary Millea. Reference #99'81-M. An employer-paid ad.
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN POLYMER RHE- versity of Akron, and/or Kent State University. Send
OLOGY. Responsible for: (i) examining structural- curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, salary/ FELLOWSHIPS
property relationships in thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) equipment/space requirements, and the names of at least
and liquid crystalline polymers (LCP); (ii) evaluating the three references to: Steven P. Schmidt, Ph.D., Vascular POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS for M.D.'s
processing window of TPEs and LCPs; (iii) designing Research Laboratory, Akron City Hospital, 525 East or Ph.D.'s to study the molecular genetics and pathogen-
new molecular structure of TPEs; and (iv) testing me- Market Street, Akron, OH 44309. esis of neurodegenerative disorders, especially Alz
chanical properties of TPEs and LCPs. Requirements: Akron City Hospital is an Affirmative Action/Equal Oppor- heimer's disease. Preference given to individuals with
Ph.D. in polymer science or chemical engineering and 2 tunity Employer. background in molecular biology or protein chemistry.
years of experience in job offered or as a research U.S. citizenship not required. Reply with curriculum
associate or assistant in polymer science. Must have SILVICULTURE POSITION: Department of For- vitae and names of references to: Drs. E. A. Schon or J.
demonstrated knowledge in chemical structure and rhe- estry and Natural Resources, Purdue Umversity. AS- Herbert, Department of Neurology, College of Physi-
ology and mechanical properties of TPEs and LCPs; SISTANT PROFESSOR, tenure-track. Twelve-month cians of Columbia Univcrsity, 630 West 168th Street,
demonstrated ability in designing new molecular struc- appointment divided between research (70%) and teach- New York, NY 10032. Columbia University is an Equal
ture of TPEs; demonstrated expertise in polymer pro- ing (30%). Research activities directed toward quantita- Opportunity Employer.
cessing; demonstrated expertise in operating infrared tive analysis of natural and human-induced environmen-
spectrometer, gel permeation chromatograph, tensile tal, particularly climatic change on forest productivity STAFF FELLOW POSTDOCTORAL
machine and rheometer, and differential scanning calo- and biodiversity. Teaching actsvities include teaching an POSITIONS AVAILABLE
rimeter. Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; $25,000 undergraduate silviculture course and developing and IN BEHAVIORAL PHARMACOLOGY
per year. Send two r6sumes to: MASS DET, Special teaching a graduate silviculture course. Applicant must The NIDA Addiction Research Center is the intramu-
have a Ph.D. degree in forestry, forest ecology, silvicul-
Street, Boston, MA 02114, Buildinp, Job Order
Programs Unit, CF Hurley 19 Staniford ral research program of the National Institute on Drug
Attention: ture, or a closely related field and have extensive graduate Abuse. Staff felowship positions are available in the
#00199. training in silviculture. Applications accepted through 30 Preclinical Pharmacology Branch that involve research in
April 1990 or until a satisfactory candidate is identified. the behavioral pharmacology of drugs of abuse. Current
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN POLYMER SCI- For fur-ther information contact: Dr. Phillip E. Pope, research projects are directed at, but are not limited to,
ENCE. Responsible for: (i) investing and developing Chair, Search Committee, Department of Forestry
thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) as binders for ammuni- stimulants, opioids, and benzodiazepines. Duties include
and Natural Resources, urd University, West conducting experiments, supervising technical staff, and
tion and propellants; (ii) designing new molecular struc- Lafayette, IN 47907. Telephone: 317-494-3590. Pur-
ture of TPEs; (iii) synthesis of TPEs and liquid crystal- writing manuscripts and reports. A Ph.D. is required,
due University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action preferably in pharmacology or the experimental analysis
line polymers (LCPs); (iv) testing liquid crystal proper- Employer.
ties of LCPs; and (v) examining structural-property of behavior. Candidates should be able to contribute
relationship in TPEs and LCPs. Requirements: B.Sc. in SUPERVISORY METEOROLOGIST OR SU- intellectually to a broad-based program of research in the
polymer science or chemical engineering and 6 years of PERVISORY PHYSICAL SCIENTIST, GM-14. behavioral pharmacology of drugs of abuse. Experience
experience in job offered or 6 years of experience as a Salary: $50,342. Department of Commnerce, Air Re- with intravenous drug self-administration and/or drug
researcher or professor of polymer science. Must have: sources Laboratory, Atmospheric Sciences Modeling Di- discrimination procedures, computers, and primates is
demonstrated knowledge in organic synthesis, polymer- vision, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Objec- desirable but not essential. Salary ranges from $24,000
ization, and copolymerization; demonstrated knowledge tive is to initiate, supervise, and conduct research in air to $43,345 depending on experience. The NIDA Addic-
in chemical structure and property of TPEs and LCPs; quality modeling to attain and define a detailed under- tion Research Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
demonstrated expertise inorganic synthesis and polymer- standing of the atmospheric and chemical processes specifically invites and encourages applications from women,
ization; demonstrate expertise in separation and purifica- affecting the structure of the planetary boundary layer minorities, and the handicapped.
tion of monomers and polymers; demonstrate ability in and the dispersion of air pollutants on all spatial and If interested, please send a copy of your curriculum
operating infrared spectrometer, thin-layer chromato- temporal scales. Represents the government at scientific vitae to either:
graph, nuclear megnatic resonance, gel permeation chro- meetings and seminars as an expert in the field of air Jonathan L. Katz, Ph.D. or
matograph, vavoup pressure osmometer, differential pollution modeling. A college degree in meteorology or Steven R. Goldberg, Ph.D.
scanning calorimeter, and thermogravimetric analyzer; physical science is required plus three years of profession- NIDA Addiction Research Center
demonstrated expertise in polymer science as evidenced al experience of which 1 year is equivalent to the GS-13 Preclinical Pharmacology Branch
by published research. Forty hours per week, 9 a.m. to 5 level in federal service. Related semester hours and P.O. Box 5180
p.m. $25,000 per year. Send two resumes only to: professional experience may be subsituted for full college Baltimore, MD 21224
MASS DET, Special Programs Unit, CF Hurley degree. U.S. citizenship is required. For information, The Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Adminis-
Building, 19 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114, cal: Ms. Beedie, telephone: 804 441-6548. The De- tration is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ADAMHA is
Attention: Job Order #00213. partment of Commerce is an Equal Opportunity Employer. smoke-free.
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POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW. Position available RESEARCH FELLOW
IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY for an NIH-funded project to elucidate functions of the
AND NEUROBIOLOGY steroid hormone 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D in new tar- A research fellow position starting June 1990 is avail-
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE gets. Tissues/cells emphasized are heart, testis, and lung. able for 1 to 2 years in the field ofvascular physiology
Prior experience in biochemical endocrinology, tissue and applied laser technology. Supervised independent
Several positions for research in individual laboratories culture, and/or intracellular calcium homeostasis would laboratory research availabe for M.D. or Ph.D. level
in the department are available for candidates who have be helpful. Send curriculum vitae and three letters of experience. Salary range: $27,934 to $41,912. Applica-
demonstrated research promise at the predoctoral or recommendation to: Marian R. Walters, Ph.D., De- tions must be received no later than 30 April 1990.
postdoctoral level. The emphasis of research in the partment of Physiology, Tulane Medical School, New Please forward resume, cover letter, and references to:
department is in the neurosciences with special expertise Orlcans, LA 70112. Associate Director, Human Resources
in neuromorphology, sensory physiology, and molecular Charlotte Memorial Hospital Medical Center
neurobiology. The faculty of the department and their POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW. Research regula- P.O. Box 32861
research interests are: tion of gene expression, specific focus on mammalian Charlotte, NC 28232
Dr. Robert Blanks: Eye movement control, physiolo- ribosomal DNA genes; sequencing) subcloning, muta- Equal Opportunity Employer, MIF.
gy of upper airway. genesis, and in vitro transcription. Ph.D. (or completion
Dr. James Fallon: Chemical neuroanatomy, transmit- of all requirements for Ph.D. except defense of thesis) in POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS
ters, and growth factors. molecular biology or biochemistry. Six months of re- The Science Alliance Center of Excellence invites
Dr. Christine Gall: Limbic/olfactory anatomy, neuro- search experience in sequencing, subcloning, mutagene- applications for two postdoctoral positions available in
peptides, neurochemical plasticity. sis, and in vitro transcription; 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; the following areas: Chronic Virus Infection of the
Dr. Roland Giolli: Visuomotor system. $22,000 per year. Job Order Number: 4244902. Send Gastroenteric Tract-D. A. Brian, coronavirus; L. N. D.
Dr. Stewart Hendry: Primate visual system. resumes to: Job Center, 941 West Arch Street, P.O. Potgieter, flavivirus; N. K. Clapp, marmoset research;
Dr. Paul Isackson: Molecular neurobiology. Box 548, Shamokin, PA 17872-0548. Molecular Biology of Pathogenic Fungi-J. M. Becker,
Dr. Edward Jones: Sensory-motor anatomy and pheromones and transport; W. S. Riggsby, dimorphism
physiology. POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS and epidemiology; R. N. Moore, immunobiology; Mo-
Dr. Glenn Kageyama: Oxidative metabolic develop- IN NEW DRUG DEVELOPMENT lecular Evolutionary Genetics-G. F. McCracken, DNA
ment and plastcity. variation in natural populations; potential collaboration
Dr. Leonard Kitzes: Auditory system anatomy and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals is offering fellowships in the with C. R. B. Boake, A. C. Echternacht, D. A. Etnier, J.
physiology. areas of microbiology, infectious diseases, pharmacology,
Dr. Sandra Loughlin: Monamines, peptides, and pharmacokinetics, and toxicology, to provide training L. Gittleman, S. E. Riechert; Phytoplankton Ecology-
growth factors and their receptors. and management experience in the clinical and nonclini- W. 0. Smith; Immunobiology of Viral Infections-B. T.
Dr. Diane O'Dowd: Function and regulation of ion cal development of anti-allergic, cardiovascular, CNS/ Rouse, herpesvirus; S. Kennel, antiviral immunity; Pro-
channels in Drosophila. analgesic, and anti-infective drugs. Two awards will be tein Engineering-D. M. Roberts, calcium regulatory
Dr. Charles Ribak: Epilepsy, neurotransmitters, and given annually. Applicants must have a Ph.D., M.D., or proteins; E. Howell, dihydrofolate reductase; Metal Bio-
circuits. Pharm.D., and no more than 1 year of non-industry chemistry-J. G. Joshi, ferritin; J. C. Churchich, pyri-
Dr. Richard Robertson: Thalamocortical develop- postdoctoral experience as of 1 July 1990. The applica- doxal phosphate kinase; S. Georghiou, stopped-flow
ment. tion deadline is 1 May 1990. For further information and fluorometry; W. R. Farkas, metal toxicity; K. B. Jacob-
son, metal toxicity. Interested individuals should write
Dr. Malcolm Semple: Auditory processing. application materials contact: for an application acket by 15 March 1990. Positions
Dr. Martin Smith: Cellular and molecular aspects of Fellowship Program in New Drug Development are availa6le immeiately at a starting salary of $25,000
synaptogenesis. Department of Clinical and Scientific Affairs per annum with the possibility of renewal. Write to:
Dr. John Swett: Spinal cord and peripheral nervous Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Science Alliance Postdoctoral Fellowship, Biology
system. 235 East 42nd Street Consortium, M303 Walters Life Science Building,
Dr. Yasuhiro Torigoe: Peripheral nervous system and New York, NY 10017 The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996.
oculomotor control. Attention: Evan A. Stringer, Ph.D. The University of Tennessee is an Equal Opportunity/Af-
Applications or inquiries for additional information Telephone: 212-573-7984 firnative Action/Title IX/Section 504 Employer.
should be sent to:
Dr. Edward Jones, Professor and Chairman
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
University of California, Irvine
Med Surge II, Room 364
Irvine, CA 92717
An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
POSTDOCIORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN
RESEARCH STAFF FELLOW or SENIOR
STAFF FELLOW. Position available now to investi-
PRE-CUNICAL ANTI-CANCER RESEARCH
gate genetic variation and molecular mechanisms con-
trolling expression of genes involved in serotoninergic
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology
neurotransmission. Salary range: $24,000 to $52,825, The Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology of Bristol-Myers
depending upon qualifications and experience. Appli-
cants should have a Ph.D. or M.D. and training in Squibb Pharmaceutical Research and Development Division, currently
molecular biology, recombinant DNA technology, or has positions available for postdoctoral fellows to study the regulatory
neurobiology. Send curriculum vitae and three references elements for growth factor gene expression or the mechanisms and
or letters of reference to: Dr. David Goldman, Section regulation of DNA replication. Qualified candidates will join an inter-
on Genetic Studies, Laboratory on Clinical Studies, disciplinary group working on growth factor gene regulation, autocrine
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
(NIAAA), Building 10, Room 3C103, 9000 Rock- growth factor production and the mechanisms of gene amplification
vile Pike, Bethesda, MD 20892. and drug resistance in human colon carcinoma cell lines.
NIAAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. A Ph.D. in a relevant biological discipline and a strong background in
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP cellular and molecular biology or protein chemistry are required. Can-
RENAL CELL PHYSIOLOGY/BIOCHEMISTRY didates should demonstrate independent research skills and creativity
Several postdoctoral positions are available in a multi- as well as the ability to work well in a collaborative environment. The
disciplinary hypertension program project, "Vasoactive appointments are or one year with an option for renewal at a highly
Hormones: Receptor and Signaling Mechanisms," competitive salary. The department maintains numerous academic col-
which indudes the Departments ofMedicine, Physiology
and Biophysics, Pharmacology, Genetics, and Environ- laborations in our efforts toward basic anti-cancer research and novel
mental Health Sciences. Primary focus is on cell culture drug discovery; publication in peer reviewed scientific journals is
of primary and transformed renal epithelial cells, regula- strongly encouraged.
tion of transport in cell monolayers, and biochemistry of
intracellular signaling pathways. The positions provide Please send resume to: BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY,
training opportunities m cell culture, transformation of Pharmaceutical Research and Development Division, Attn: MH177,
cells, epitheial electrolyte transport, biochemistry of P- P.O. Box 5101, 5 Research Parkway, Wallingford, Cr 06492-7661. An
450 enzymes, molecular biology, and video- and com-
puter-enhanced light microscopy. Interested persons Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H/V.
should send curriculum vitae and two letters of recom-
mendation to: Ulrich Hopfer, M.D., Ph.D., Depart-
ment of Physiology and Biophysics, Case Western
Reserve University (CWRU) School of Medicine,
2119 Abington Road, Cleveland, OH 44106. Tele- ffi Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
phone: 216-368-2878. CWRU is an Equal Opportunity
Employer. "Stronger Than Ever In Global Health Care"
2 FEBRUARY 1990
FELLOWSHIPS COURSES AND TRAINING
ONCOLOGY RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP MEDICAL UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CARO-
BIOINFORMATICS, INTEGRATION MEDICAL AND RADIATION LINA (MUSC) offers programs leading to Ph.D. and
ONCOLOGY RESEARCH M.D./Ph.D. degrees in each of the basic biomedical
OF ORGANISMIC AND MOLECULAR STARTING 1 JULY 1990 sciences (anatomy, biochemistry, microbiology/immuno-
logy, pathology, pharmacology, physiology), biometry,
CLINICAL AND LABORATORY RESEARCH
DATA BASES, AND USE OF EXPERT FELLOWS required to work in a multidisciplinary pharmaceutical sciences, and molecular and cellular biol-
ogy/medicine; $9000 assistantships available to qualified
cancer center. Potential areas for clinical study include
SYSTEMS IN BIOLOGY pain and symptom control, clinical pharmacology, clini- students. Contact: College of Graduate Studies,
cal trials in breast cancer, molecular monitoring of MUSC, 171 Ashley Avenue, Charleston, SC 29425.
July 9-11, 1990 lymphomas, immunotherapy, gynecologic malignancies, CAREER CHANGE OPPORTUNITY
and other aspects of clinical epidemiology related to
GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY, cancer. Laboratory research in the areas of immunology, This unique program offers the candidate with an
radiobiology, or molecular biology can be undertaken. A earned doctorate in the sciences the opportunity to
FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA, USA 2-year commitment would be preferred, particularly in obtain the Doctor of Optometry (O.D.) degree in two
(Located 15 miles from Washington, DC) the laboratory area, but 1-year posts will be considered. calendar years. Employment opportunities exist in pri-
Please apply with curriculum vitae and three letters of vate practice, industry, education, and research. Contact:
reference to: Dr. D. Chauncey, Program Director, Accelerated
The meeting will consist of invited Dr. Kathleen I. Pritchard Program, The New Engand College of Optometry,
Room S, 424 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02115.
papers, poster sessions, and work- Head, Division of Medical Oncology
or RESEARCH PROGRAMS FOR POSTGRADU-
shops to advance understanding, Dr. Alon J. Dembo ATES, FACULTY, AND STUDENTS AT DE-
foster communication, and explore Head, Division of Radiation Oncology PARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SER-
the organization of a society dealing Toronto-Bayview ReFional Cancer Centre VICES laboratories including the Agency for Toxic
2075 Bayview Avenue Substances and Disease Registry (Atlanta), Center for
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term BIOMATRIX. Some travel sup- information (please indicate postgraduate, faculty, and/
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firstname.lastname@example.org. (NW4679)M chemistry. Background in spectroscopy, chromatogra- Postdoctoral positions are available in a training pro-
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QC, model simulation, productivity enhancement, prof- Jacques Baenziger, Dr. Thomas Braciale, Dr. Thomas
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MOLECULAR GENETICS Jeffrey Milbrandt, Dr. Robert Schreiber, Dr. Philip
Stahl, Dr. Matthew Thomas, and Dr. Emil R. Unanue.
LABORATORY WORKSHOP COURSES AND TRAINING For information, please directly contact any member
of the training faculty or Mrs. Charlotte Hanson,
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Somatic Cell and Molecular Genetics Workshop, The Basic Science Departments (Cell Biology and
July 15-30, 1990. This NCI sponsored labora- Neuroanatomy, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, ment ofPathology, St. Louis, MO 63110. Telephone:
314-362-7440. Washington University is an Equal Oppor-
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concepts of current molecular biology proce- programs, write, specifying department of interest, to: MARKETPLACE
dures for scientists who need to exploit these University of Minnesota Medical School
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