POSITIONS WANTED POSITIONS OPEN
Personnel BiochemistImmunologist, M.S. research and develop-
ment of monoclonal antibodies for tumor imaging.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, tenure-leading, with
specialty in limnology. Will devote 75% time to research
Placement Pharmacokinetics of antibodies and chelates. Radioim-
munochemistry. Product development of tumor marker
EIA's Purification by physiocochemical and immunolog-
ic methods. Budget and staffing responsibilities. Seeks
in annual 12-month duties. Expected to develop research
program focusing on water quality, including ground
water quality, on the ecology of lakes, rivers, ponds, and
reservoirs in Nebraska. Wil also teach 25% timc, includ-
SCIENCE publishes each Friday, except the last Friday industrial research-management position. Box 77, SCI- ing courses in limnology, advanced limnology, and relat-
* of the year. Advertising is accepted only in writing; no ENCE. ed courses in fisheries or ichthyology. Requires Ph.D. in
abbreviations. Any deadline in ad must be at least 2 limnology, aquatic ecology, or closely related field. Pref-
weeks after date of issue in which ad appears. Also, erence will be given to those with demonstrated teachina
personnel advertising is accepted only with the under- M.S. Plant Biochemist. Three publications in plant
standing that the advertiser does not discriminate enzymology/physiology. Experienced plant tissue cul- abilities. Remit letter of application, complete resume,
among applicants on the basis of race, sex, religion, ture/regeneration, maize pollenation/genetics, many bio- transcripts, statement of research interests, and arrange
age, color, national origin, handicap, or sexual prefer- chemical techniques. Nursery and botanic garden experi- to have three reference letters sent by 23 June 1989 (or
ence. SCIENCE reserves the right, in its discretion, to until a qualified candidate applies thereafter) to: Dr.
decline to publish advertisements submitted to it. ence. Seeks position utilizing broad based skills in bio-
chemistry and plant science. Box 78, SCIENCE. Gary L. Hergenrader, Head and State Forester, De-
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POSITIONS WANTED: 400 per word, plus $4 for use of proteins, and connective tissue. Box 70, SCIENCE.
box number, per week. $10 minimum, per week. UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
Prepayment required. This rate is available only to Toxicologist, Ph.D., Board-certified with 10-plus years COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
individuals seeking jobs. of industrial experience seeks position in California: DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMICAL SCIENCES
LINE CLASSIFIED (POSITIONS OPEN, COURSES, chemical, consumer product, pharmaceutical, and haz- One tenure-track ASSISTANT PROFESSOR posi-
FELLOWSHIPS, MARKETPLACE, and so forth): ardous waste site experience. Box 71, SCIENCE. tion available. Teaching responsibilities would comxrise
$40.00 per line; $400 minimum, per week (minimum
charge covers one inch on a single column; one inch instruction Gross Anatomy to Medical, Dental, Graduate
equals 10 lines of 52 characters and spaces per line). POSITIONS OPEN or Allied Health students. Candidates should possess a
No charge for use of box number. No agency commis- Ph.D., M.D., D.D.S., or equivalent degree and at least 1
sion for ads less than 4 inches. No cash discount. to 2 years of postdoctoral research experience. The
Prepayment required for all foreign ads. Purchase ADVANCED RESEARCH ASSISTANT position
orders and/or cover letter including billing address Department has been under new leadership for the last
required for all other advertising. with nationally known NIH-funded Parkinson's disease 12 months and has undergone considerable development
research project available immediately. Responsibilities and expansion. Current faculty research interests indude
To ESTIMATE ad cost: include management of tissue culture laboratory and neurotransmitter histochemistry, intracranial pressure,
Structure ad copy on a separate page, on lines of 52 execution of experiments under supervision. Require-
characters and spaces. Include any desired heading. neural response to injury, structure and histochemistry of
Each line of heading, and/or extra line spaces, and all ments: B.S. or M.S. in biological sciences or related autonomic nervous system, tissue culture/ cell biology of
partial lines (including centered reply information) are disciplines and at least 2 years of experience using tissue chondrocyte and extracellular matrix, fetal alcohol syn-
counted as full lines. Ad titles located within the text culture techniques. Preference will be given to applicants drome and bone, reproductive endocrinology, wound
are printed in boldface caps and are only 32 charac- with a more specific background in neurotoxicology.
ters per line. In ESTIMATING the cost, multiply total healing, and muscle response to stress, injury and meta-
lines x $40.00 = approximate cost of ad. (This is an Salary: $25,000 to $30,000 per year plus benefits. Send bolic disease. Starting date beginning 1 September 1989,
approximate cost ONLY: Allow for variation between curriculun vitae and names of two references to: Dr. or as soon thereafter as feasible.
estimated lines and actual typeset lines and the result- Dino DiMonte, Institute for Medical Research, 2260 Curriculum vitae and names of three references should
ing final cost. Purchase orders must allow for some Clove Drive, San Jose, CA 95128.
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NOTE: Ad cancellations made after Thursday, TWO ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Department of Anatomical Sciences
weeks prior to issue date incur a 10% production APPLIED MATHEMATICS College of Medicine
charge. Final deadline for cancellations is 12 p.m. Assistant professor level of applied mathematics. This University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Tuesday, ONE week prior to issue date. Cancellations P.O. Box 26901
must be in writing. is a tenure-track position. A person is sought with an
active research program in the application of mathemat- Oklahoma City, OK 73190
Send copy for all Positions Wanted ads and Line ics and/or statistics to toxicology and occupational medi- Closing date for applications is 31 July 1989.
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SCIENCE ClassIfied Advertising mathematical modeling of biological events. Current
1333 H Street, NW, Room 940 research programs involve modeling carcinogen bio-
Washington, DC 20005 chemistry, neurotoxicity of chemicals, pharmacokinetics The Center for Neural Science at Brown University
Telephone: 202-326-6555 has a tenure-track position available at the ASSISTANT
of xenobiotic chemicals, deposition of chemicals in the
Send copy for Fractional Display ads, 1/6 page and respiratory tract and cancer surveillance. Active collabo- PROFESSOR level for an individual to carry out
larger, and all Marketplace ads to: ration in one or more ofthese areas is available. Teaching theoretical research on synaptic modification in the mam-
Scherago Asocates, Inc. responsibility for basic statistics and decision theory to malian cerebral cortex. Candidates should have experi-
151N5 Broadway medical and graduate students. Excellent computational ence in neural networks, programming languages and
New York, NY 10036 facilities, including supercomputing, available. neuronal modelling, and an interest in interaction with
Telephone: 212-730-1050 Send curriculum vitae and names of five references to: experimentalists working in neuronal plasticity. Current
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1333 H Street, NW The University ofCalifomia is an Affirmative Action/Equal curriculum vitae, a description of their research and
Washington, DC 20005 Opportunity Employer. teaching experience, and the names of three references
not later than 1 July 1989 to: Dr. Ford Ebncr, Center
The University of Idaho is currently accepting applica- for Neural Science, Brown University, Box 1953-
POSITIONS WANTED tions for the position of ASSISTANT PROFESSOR J.A, Providence, RI 02912. An Equal Opportunity/Af-
IN FISH ECOLOGY. Required qualifications include firmative Action Employer.
an eamed doctorate, expertise in fish ecology, good
Biochemist, Ph.D. 1979. Nine years of academic expe- communication skills and proven research ability (design,
rience, Board certified, qualified by CLIA as Director. conduct and reporting of results). Desired qualifications ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Excellent administrative, grant and publication records. include expertise in the ecology, habitat, and manage- TENURE-TRACK POSiIION
Excellent references. Seeks position as laboratory direc- ment of salmonid fishes, demonstrated effectiveness in DEPARTMENT OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY
tor, teaching at medical school environment or industrial the classroom, and demonstrated ability to obtain re- The Otological Research Group is seeking a biochem-
position. P.O. Box 92, 1014 Norcross, GA 30092. search funding and publish results. Additional desired ist with a background in carbohydrate/protein biochem-
qualifications are statistical/quantiative skills, ability to istry with an emphasis on receptors, or cell adherence
Biopsychologist/Neurophysiologist, Ph.D. UCLA work as a team member, and demonstrated skills in related to mucosal infection and/or developmental biolo-
postdoctoral experience; single and multiple unit studies interagency cooperation. Salary is commensurate with gy, to develop a biochemical/molecular biological pro-
of sensory and memory processes; topographic brain experience. Search will be closed when a sufficient num- gram in the Department of Otolaryngology. Additional
mapping studies of Alzheimer's disease; presently assist- ber of qualified applicants has been identified but not skill/knowledge of molecular biology m gene expression
ant professor at midwest medical school, seeks research earlier than 15 June 1989. Send letter of interest, resume desirable. Individual will participate in a team effort with
position. Box 76, SCIENCE. and three letters of recommendation to: David H. a group of researchers studying ear disease. Salary com-
Bennett or C. Michael Falter, Co-Chairs of the Search mensuratc with experience. Postdoctoral experience re-
Committee, Department of Fish and Wildlife Re- quired. Send curriculum vitae with three professional
Reistcered Patent Agent. Patent searches, patentability sources, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83843. references to: Ms. Teresa Martin, ITe Ohio State
opinons, application preparation and submission. Scott Telephone: 208-885-6337 or 208-885-7123. The University, Otological Research Laboratories, 456
Ramsey, Ph.D., 5253 Even Star Street, Columbia, MD University of Idaho is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Ac- West 10th Avenue, Room 4331, Columbus, OH
21044. Telephone: 301-730-9467. tion Employer and Educational Institution. 43210.
998 SCIENCE, VOL. 244
OXYGEN ISOTOPE ANALYST
SCIENTIFIC AND The Unocal Science & Technology Division has an immediate
COMMERCIAL LAUNCH opening for an Oxygen Isotope Analyst at the Fred L. Hartley
Research Center in Brea, California (about 35 miles east of Los
We are seeking a person to operate an oxygen isotope extraction
The University Corporation for At- line for the analysis of silicate rocks and minerals. This facility sup-
mospheric Research (UCAR) has ports the research and technical service needs of the oil and gas,
entered into an agreement with geothermal, and minerals divisions of Unocal. The minimum
qualifications for this position are a BS degree in chemistry,
NASA that provides an innovative geochemistry, or geology, preferably with some post-graduate
opportunity to launch qualified education or training, especially in isotope geochemistry; one or
payloads for scientific and com- more years of experience operating high-vacuum lines, especially
mercial purposes. Utilizing Exter- silicate extraction with bromine pentafluoride; and the ability to ex-
pand our isotopic analytical capabilities to include the isotopic
nal Tanks of the National Space analysis both of oxygen in water and of hydrogen in silicates and
Transportation System, payloads water. A broad knowledge of isotopic applications, especially to
up to 450 kg and 1 cubic meter geologic problems, and a familiarity with mass spectrometry are
may be accommodated. Re-
quests on your company, institu- U.S. citizenship or permanent U.S. residency is required. Qualified
candidates should send a resume to:
tion or agency letterhead for a John S. Mahar
User's Guide should be ad- Supervisor, Human Resources
dressed to UCAR's program UNOCAL CORPORATION
manager: Science and Technology Division
P.O. Box 76, Dept. 89017
EXTERNAL TANKS CORPORATION Brea, CA 92621
U An Equal Opportunity Employer UM
Boulder, CO 80302
IIT Research Institute, a leading R&D organiza-
tion based in Chicago, has an opening in its well
Hawaii Biotechnology Group, Inc. is seeking highly motivated individuals to
equipped inhalation toxicology laboratory for a join its Immunology Group. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Research Toxicologist. The chosen candidate
will assume responsibilities as study director for
acute, subchronic and chronic toxicology/
Director - Immunology Group
Experienced scientist (Ph.D. or M.D.) to lead and direct immunochemistry re-
Responsibilities will include participation in search involved in development of immunoassays and immunotoxins, isolation of
design, supervision and conduct of experiments, marine natural products, and development of novel uses for monoclonal antibod-
preparation of protocols and SOPs, scheduling
of studies, interpretation and evaluation of results ies. Hands on involvement expected. Develop new product proposals, contract
and preparation of reports. research and grant proposals. Industry management experience desirable. This
Candidates should have a PhD in toxicology, position offers an outstanding opportunity to shape the future growth of the
pharmacology or related discipline and 2-5 years business and share in its rewards.
of post-doctoral experience in toxicology.
Preference will be given to candidates having
experience in inhalation toxicology. Demon-
strated technical writing skills a must. Ph.D. responsible for investigation of immunoconjugates and immune reactions of
Knowledge of GLP regulations and various marine natural products for development of immunoassay, immunoprophylactic
testing guidelines is desirable. ABT certification and immunotoxin systems. Develop and write newresearch proposals. Individual
is preferred; eligibility is required. must take scientific initiative and responsibility for projects and project develop-
The position offers excellent opportunity for col- ment.
laborative work with staff members involved in
immunotoxicology research. Salary commen- Hawaii Biotech offers excellent salary and benefits, opportunities for equity par-
surate with qualifications and experience. ticipation, and a location with quality of life second to none. Send your application,
Please submit resume including salary history re'sume and three references to:
to: Ms. Lucy Amft, Senior Personnel
Representative, IIT Research Institute, 10 _ Tom Humphreys, Ph.D.
West 35th Street, Chicago, IL 60616. Equal Vice President
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Hawaii Biotechnology Group, Inc.
M/F/V/H 99-193 Aiea Heights Drive
Honolulu, Hawaii 96701
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
The Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTOR
invites ap cantons for a tenure-track appointment at the ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR BREAST CANCER CENTER
ASSISTA PROFESSOR level. Although all quali- Applications are being accepted from persons with MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
fied candidates will be considered, preference will be graduate training, postdoctoral experience, and proven
given to individuals whose basic research interests are in Applications and nominations are being requested for
the following, or related areas: immunopharmacology/ accomplishment in nutrition or the following sciences the position ofDirector ofthe newly formed and Univer-
toxicology; molecular biology in pharmacology/toxico- related to nutrition: biochemistry, or cell or molecular sity-wide Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center at Michi-
logy; environmental toxicology. Candidates should have biology. Applicants must demonstrate the ability to gan State University. The position is a tenure-system
a Ph.D. or M.D. degree, postdoctoral experience, and develop an mdependent research program and to partici- associate professor or full professorship, with full benefits
strong commitment to research at the molecular level. pate in the teaching of a course on a biological approach normally accruing to tenured faculty members at this
The successful candidate will be expected to parcipate in to the effects of foods and their constituents. Preference institution. Individuals must possess the M.D., D.O., or
teaching in graduate and professional school courses and will be given to candidates whose research has a bio- Ph.D. degree, and must have had previous experience
to develop a vigorous research program capable of chemical, cellular, or molecular orientation. It is hoped to with a cancer center with a national reputation in this
attracting extramural funding support. Send curriculum make an appointment as early as the first half of 1990. area. Experience both as a scientist and as a science
vitae and names of three references to: William J. Expression of interest is particularly invited from qualified administrator in a relevant cancer discipline is required.
Waddell, M.D., Department of Pharmacology and women and minority candidates. Further desirable attributes possessed by this individual
Toxicology, School of Medicine, University ofLouis- Send curriculum vitae, a summary of past accomplish- include: experience working with basic scientists and
ville, Louisville, KY 40292, by 1 July 1989. The ments, a statement of future interests in research and clinicians, experience in doing community outreach,
University of Louisville is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative teaching, and the names and addresses of three references prevention and cancer control, experience in working
Action Employer. to: with minority groups, experience in working with high
Professor Peter Goldman risk cancer groups, experience in working with the
Harvard School of Public Health National Cancer Institute and the American Cancer
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PRO- 665 Huntington Avenue Society, and experience in fund raising. Applicants
FESSOR OR PROFESSOR OF PHYSIOLOGY Boston, MA 02115 should submit curriculum vitae, a statement of present
AND BIOPHYSICS (Ph.D. and/or M.D.). Research and past research efforts, teaching and administrative
areas: Cell physiology, membrane transport, receptor experience and the names of three or more references to:
mechanisms. Able to teach areas other than research The Department of Otology and Laryngology of the Dr. E. Betdnghaus, Dcan
interest, e.g., gastrointestinal to medical, nursing arid Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Eye and 287 Communication Arts Building
graduate students. PostdoctQral training for assistant Ear Infirmary seeks an investigator at the ASSISTANT
professor. Competitive grant necessary for higher ranks. OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR level with research Michigan State Univcrsity
interests in the functional anatomy of hearing. The major East Lansing, MI 48824
Application deadline: 24 August 1989. Send curriculum Application deadline is 15 June 1989. Michigan State
vitae, research summary and list of five references to: C. qualifications are research experience in the study of the
H. Baker, Ph.D., Department of Physiology and auditory system including the cochlea and the central University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Em-
Biophysics, Box 8, College ofMedicine, University of pathway. Familiarity with cell biological and immunohis- ployer. Applications from or nominations of women and/or
South Florida, Tampa, FL 33612. Afirmative Action/ tochemical approaches is required. The appointee is minority candidates are encouraged.
Equal Opportunity Employer. expected to pursue an independent research program
supported by extramural funding. Some teaching of
medical and graduate students and supervision of re- DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR search done by postdoctoral fellows and residents will be NEUROLOGY OF AGING
MEMBRANE BIOCHEMISTRY expected. The Departmnent seeks to identify qualified Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center invites
The University of Idaho is seeking an assistant or female and minority candidates. Please send curriculum applications from scientists capable of developing basic
associate professor in membrane biochemistry. This ten- vitae to: and/or clinical research related to Alzheimer3s disease,
ure-track position is 67% research and 33% teaching. Joseph B. Nadol, Jr., M.D. Parkinson's disease, or stroke. Candidates may hold
Although the specific research area is open, the successful Professor and Chairman Ph.D. or M.D. or both and should qualify for tenure-
applicant will have a strong background in the biochem- Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary track appointment. Their primary background may be in
istry of eukaryotic membrane systems with experience in 243 Charles Street neurology, neuropsychology, neurochemistry, neuro-
molecular techniques. Possible research areas indude Boston, MA 02114 pharmacology, neurophysiology, or epidemiology. Ex-
membrane receptors, transport, energy transduction, cellent clinical and laboratory facilities are available, as
membrane biogenesis, membrane proteins, etc. Appli- well as technical support. Those interested should submit
cants will have a Ph.D. in biochemistry or related field, Position available for BASIC SCIENTIST to do full- an up-to-date curnculum vitae, along with the names of
postdoctoral experience, and the potential for establish- time research in urology. Research would involve pros- three references to: Dr. Joseph B. Green, Chairman,
ing an outstanding research program. Send curriculum tate disease, growth factors, and oncogene expression. Department ofMedical and Surgical Neurology, Tex-
vitae, statement of research interests, a copy of tran- The position is nontenure-track but includes a basic as Tech University Health Scicnces Centcr, Lubbock,
scripts, and arrange for three letters of reference by 1 July science title and courtesy appointment. Teaching load TX 79430. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
1989 to: Dr. David J. Oliver, Department of Bac- will be limited so as to permit fuil-time research. Appli-
teriology and Biochemistry, Life Science Building, cants should have training in molecular genetics, recom-
University of Idaho, Moscow, ID 83843. Affirmative binant DNA tissue culture experience and a Ph.D. in a UCLA INSTITUTE OF GEOPHYSICS
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. biologic science. Salary commensurate with experience. AND PLANETARY PHYSICS (IGPP)
Please send curriculum vitae to: Mark J. Noble, M.D., DIRECTORSHIP
Urology, Kansas University Medical Center, 39th University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), is
ASSOCIATE CHIEF OF STAFF and Rainbow, Kansas City, KS 66103. KUMC is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. seeking an outstanding scientist and scholar to direct the
Associate Chief of Staff for Research and Development IGPP, which has a research faculty of 24 professors, and
(ACOS/R&D), VA Medical Center and ASSISTANT/ programs in climatology, constitution and evolution of
ASSOCIATE/FULL PROFESSOR (Department as BIOCHEMISTRY TENURE-TRACK POSI- the earth's interior, evolution of life, onrg'n of the solar
appropriate): The Lexington, Kentucky, VA Medical TION begins fall 1989. Molecular biology/other mod- system and space plasmas. The IGPP will be able to make
Center is fully affiliated with the University of Kentucky em research techniques preferred; research area open. a substantial number of faculty appointments. The new
College of Medicine. The position's primarv function is Successful applicant to establish a strong independent Director will also hold a half-time faculty appointment in
administration of the Medical Center's Research and research program. Rank/salary negotiable. Scnd curricu- a regular department. Candidates outside IGPP's pro-
Development Program which includes assisting investi- lum vitae and three letters of reference to: Dr. P. G. gram areas who can evolve IGPP in new directions as
gators in all administrative, scientific, and technical mat- latridis, Assistant Dean and Director, Northwest well as build to its current strengths are welcome. Send
ters pertaining to the conduct of their research. It is Center for Medical Education, Indiana University curriculum vitae and a statement of interest in the
essential that candidates for the position be nationally School of Medicine, 3400 Broadway, Gary, IN position to: Professor F. Coroniti, Chair IGPP Search
recognized scientists with well-established records of 46408. Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Committee, cJo UCLA Astronomy Department, Los
research productivity who have received research funding Angeles, CA 90024. The University of Califomia is an
from peer-reviewed sources. Candidates should also have Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
signiScant administrative experience. Familiarity and BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRIST-The Depart-
experience with the Veterans Administration research ment of Psychiatry at Long Island Jewish Medical Center
program is desirable but not essential. Candidates should seeks a biological psychiatrist to develop independent FACULTY POSIIONFfenure-track in the Divi-
submit curriculum vitae with bibliography and history of research programs in affective disorders, suicide, alcohol- sion of Clinical Pharmacology, University of Colorado
all VA and extra-VA research support. Candidates ism, and schizophrenia. The successful candidate will Health Sciences Center (UCHSC), Denver, Colorado.
should be physicians, however, in an exceptional circum- have at least 10 years of research experience and research Qualifications include (i) M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree;
stance the Chief Medical Director can approve the training in the biological investigation of schizophrenia (ii) Board-eligibility in internal medicine; and (iii) post-
appointment of a Ph.D. Salary related to level of appoint- depression, suicidal behavior, and alcoholism. Salary and doctoral training in clinical pharmacology and/or hyper-
ment and determined by the established salary schedules academic appointment commensurate with experience. tension research. Applicants should forward curriculum
of the Veterans Administration and the University of Contact: John Kane, M.D., Chairman Department of vitae and the names of three referees to: Alan S. Nies,
Kentucky College of Medicine. Reply to: John Diana, Psychiatry, Hillside Hospital, P.O. Box 38, Glen M.D., Division of Clinical Pharmacology, UCHSC,
Ph.D., Chairnan, ACOS/R&D Search Committee Oaks, NY 11004. The Long Island Jewish Medical Box C-237, 4200 East Ninth Avenue, Dcnver, CO
(151), VA Medical Center, Lexington, KY 40511. Center is the Long Island Campus for the Albert Einstein 80262.
The Lexington VAMC and UK are Equal Opportunity/Af- College of Medicine. Affinnative Action/Equal Opportunity The University of Colorado is an Affirmative Action/Equal
firmative Action Employers. Closing date: 23 June 1989. Employer. Opportunity Institution.
IOOO SCIENCE, VOL. 244
| esearch scientiSstX Program of Excellence in
Molecular Biology of the Heart
_The Squibb Institute for Medical Research is recognized inter-
nationally as a leader in research and development of novel
therapeutic agents for the treatment of cardiovascular and in-
Peptide & Protein Chemistry
* Modern methods of solid phase peptide synthesis. The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the NIH has
* Preparation of protected and preactivated intermediates. awarded the University of Cincinnati Medical Center a "Pro-
* Peptide/protein purification and characterization, including gram of Excellence in Molecular Biology". The goals of the
a variety of chromatographic and quantitative analytical Program are to provide skills development and research oppor-
techniques, with particular emphasis on HPLC application.
Qualified candidates should have a BS or MS in Chemistry with at
tunities in the molecular biology of heart and lung. Individuals
least 1 year of relevant experence Reply to Dept. '333. begin at the postdoctoral level and progress to junior faculty
status over the course of five years. New Investigators will
Molecular/Cardiovascular initially work closely with the sponsor but in the final year will
Receptor Pharmacology develop a research problem separate from that of the sponsor,
Requires an MS in Pharmacology or Biochemistry, a and apply for independent funding to enable the Investigator to
knowledge of the theoretical aspects of receptor phar- move to another institution if desired.
macology and 4-6 years of research experience with radio- The Program is open to Ph.D.s or M.D.s with a strong
ligand-receptor binding and protein separation and background in molecular genetics who wish to apply their skills
characterization techniques. Reply to Dept. '161. to significant problems of heart and lung or individuals with
For confidential consideration, please send resume to: The strong backgrounds in heart and lung who wish to develop
Squibb Institute for Medical Research, Human Resources molecular genetics tools for continued study of these problems.
Dept. P.O. Box 4000, Princeton, NJ 08543. Equal
Opportunity Employer M/F. We are particularly interested in recruiting minorities to the
Program. Stipends are competitive, beginning at $25,000 per
year and moving to $37,000 in final years. The core faculty are:
1. Jerry Lingrel- Regulation of the Na,K-ATPase genes and
RFLP analysis of diseases such as familial hypertension.
Identification of the cardiac glycoside binding site using site
2. Jeffrey Whitsett- Characterization of lung surfactant proteins
3. Winston Kao - Collagen gene expression in the lung.
4. Gary Shull- Structure-function relationships and genetic reg-
Toxicology Quality ulation of Ca-transporting ATPases of intracellular and plasma
Assurance Inspector 5. Jeffrey Robbins - Study of cardiac contractile proteins and
CIBA-GEIGY's Agricultural Division has an open- growth and developmental control of muscle and pulmonary
ing for a Quality Assurance Inspector at its En- proteins.
vironmental H ealth Center located in
Farmington, CT. This position involves conductinq
inspections to include each critical phase ot 6. Donald Luse - Transcriptional analysis of lung surfactant pro-
assigned studies to assure that no deviations from tein gene promoters.
the assigned protocol or Standard Operating
Procedures were made without proper 7. Steven Potter- Insertional mutagenesis for identifying critical
authorization and documentation.
genes in heart and lung development.
The successful candidate will have a BS in Tox-
icology or closely related field plus two years of 8. Amold Schwartz -Structure and function of Ca`+ channel
experience or an AA and five years experience proteins and gene regulation; isolation of receptors for calcium
in toxicology and a working knowledge of Good
Laboratory Practices guidelines. antagonists.
CIBA-GEIGY offers growth opportunities, com- 9. Judith Harmony- Proteins and genes involved in neutral lipid
petitive salaries and an attractive package of transfer; the regulation of cell proliferation and differentiation
company paid benefits, including an excellent by apolipoproteins.
educational assistance program. For immediate
consideration send your resume and salary re-
quirements to: Personnel Assistant, CIBA- 10. Thomas Doetschman - Gene targeting in ES cells using ho-
GEIGY Corporation, Agricultural Division, mologous recombination. Focus will be on vasculogenesis,
400 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, CT angiogenesis and cardiogenesis.
06032. We Are An Equal Opportunity
Applicants should submit a C.V. and the names of three refer-
ences to Jerry B Lingrel, Ph.D., Director, Program of Excellence in
Science Serving Mankind Molecular Biology, Department of Molecular Genetics, Biochemis-
try and Microbiology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine,
231 Bethesda Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0524.
CIBA GEIGY* Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
University of California, Davis
FACULTY FOR FACULTY POSMIION: A tenure-track assistant/
ECOLOGICAL FIELD COURSES associate professor position to establish molecular pa- CELLULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
SCHOOL FOR FIELD STUDIES (SFS) thology research and development laboratory and inde-
pendent research program. M.D./Ph.D. with 5 years of
SFS seeks full-time faculty and administrative/academ- experience beyond training required. Application letter,
ic leaders at centers offering undergraduate courses in curriculum vitae, and three references should be sent by 1
Funding is available to support qualified indi-
ecology and sustainable development. Unique field- viduals for training in cellular neurobiology at
based program in spectacular settings emphasizing con- July 1989, to: Dr. Senhauser, Ohio State University, both postdoctoral and predoctoral levels. Suc-
servation study and research. 4170 Graves Hall, 333 West 10th Avenue, Colum- cessful applicants will join a young, vigorous
Zimbabwe: Director to start new center for sustain- bus, OH 43210. Ohio State University is an Equal Oppor- neurobiology group that is highly interactive
able development; curriculum-site development, faculty tunity/Affirmative Action Employer. and in which collaborations are common. We
search. particularly encourage participation of trainees
Kenya (two): Director and large mammal and/or FACULTY POSITION in projects involving the expertise of two or
rangeland ecology expert for wildlife courses and re- DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL
search. BIOCHEMISTRY AND GENETICS more training faculty:
Caribbean (three): Director and senior faculty for The Department of Medical Biochemistry and Genet- Hilary Anderson, Development of insect ner-
coral reef, marine biology, cultural ecology program. ics invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position. vous systems
Baja, Mexico (three): Director and senior faculty for Salary and rank are open and dependent upon qualifica- Richard Carlsen, Cell biology of axonal and
courses on whales, other marine mammals; marine biolo- tions. An endowed chair is a possibility for an exceptional
gist, marine mammalogist, and cultural ecologist. Direc- candidate. As part of an expanding research community, muscle regeneration
tor to develop new curriculum and center. candidates are expected to establish or maintain a vig- Leo Chalupa, Prenatal development of mam-
Australia: Director of Center for Rainforest Studies in orous research program and participate in medical and malian visual system
Queensland. graduate instruction. Applications from individuals with Carol Erickson, Morphogenesis and differen-
To apply send rsumr, detailed letter, and four refer- research interests in any area of biochemistry, molec- tiation of neural crest
ences (with telephone): Center Search, SFS 16 Broad- ular biology, or molecular genetics are encouraged. Mark McNamee, Molecular biology of ACh
way, Beverly, MA 01915. Submit curriculum vitae, description of research inter- receptors
ests, and names of three references to: Dr. Garret Brian Mulloney, Generation and modulation
Ihler, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Ge- of motor patterns
FACULTY POSITION, MUSHROOM SCI- netics, Texas A&M College of Medicine, Coliege Pamela Pappone, Biophysics of ion channels
ENCE. A tenure-track position is available for an indi- Station, TX 77843-1114. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Robert Scobey, Retinal physiology
vidual with demonstrated strength in cellular and/or Acion Employer. Barry Wilson, Cholinesterases and neurotoxi-
molecular fungal/plant physiology to conduct research cology
on edible mushrooms. Development of a research pro- Martin Wilson, Cell biology of the retina
gram that will involve the culture of edible fungi and FACULTY POSITION IN
complement the Penn State mushroom science efort is BIOCHEMISTRY AND For more information, contact Dr. Brian Mul-
expected. Opportunities exist for cooperative research MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
with scientists throughout the University, induding fac- loney, Director, Cellular Neurobiology Training
Ilty of the College of Agriculture, Biotechnology Insti- Excellent facilities, good support and good Program, Department of Zoology, University of
tute, and interdisciplinary graduate program m plant research environment available for established or California, Davis, CA 95616, or phone
physiology. Individual will be expected to participate in highly promising researcher. Level of appoint- (916) 752-7488.
graduate education programs and teach formal courses as ment commensurate with qualifications. Prefer-
appropriate, and to participate in extension education, ence given to candidate who can enhance exist- UCD Is an Equal Opportunity/
especially the transfer of new science and technology to ing group of researchers on hormone action, in Affirmative Action Institution.
the mushroom industry. Ph.D. and experience in mycol- areas such as molecular structure/function rela-
ogy, plant physiology, biochemistry, plant patholog)y, tionships (NMR, x-ray crystallography) or study
molecular biology, or related discipline required. Rank of peptide horrnones. By 31 August 1989, send
commensurate with experience. Send application letter, curriculum vitae, bibliography, and have three
resurnm, transcripts, and names of three references by 30 references write to: Dr. John T. Penniston,
June 1989, to: Dr. P. J. Wuest, Department of Plant
Pathology-Box M, Penn State University, 211
Buckhout Laboratory, University Park, PA 16802.
Dcpartment of Biochemistry and Molecular
Biology, Mayo Medical School, Rochester,
MN 55905. Mayo is an Afirmative Action/Equal
An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women
and minorities encouraged to apply.
Opportunity Employer. Biologist!
FACULTY POSMIIONS FACULTY POSITIONS IN CARDIOVASCU-
IN LAR/NEUROPHARMACOLOGY OR IMMUNO- Monsanto's Central Research Laborato-
CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY. The Department of Anesthesiology at ries is seeking an accomplished Ph.D.
PHYSIOLOGY the University of Michigan Medical Center has two
tenure-track positions available immediately in the areas Cell Biologist/Biochemist for their Cell
The Department of Physiology of The Pennsylvania of molecular cardiovascular pharmacology, cellular neu- Culture/Biochemistry Group. This indi-
State University College of Medicine is seeking applica- ropharmacology, or immunopathology.7A Ph.D. and/or vidual will conduct studies on the biologi-
tions for two full-time, tenure-track positions at the M.D. degree is required with training in the appropriate cal properties of tumor cell derived auto-
assistant/associate professor rank to begin in fall or discipline. Postdoctoral training is desirable, but not crine factors using in vitro models of tu-
winter 1989. The Departrnent presently has ten full- necessary. Appropriate experience in application of morigenesis and metastasis. This posi-
time, well-funded faculty who are working in the general physiology, immunology, biochemistry, molecular biolo- tion requires an individual with expertise
area of cellular and molecular physiology. We are seeking gy or cardiovascular/neuropharmacology is required
candidates with substantial postdoctoral experience in and will be expected to conduct research in these areas in the areas of cell culture and protein
applying molecular biology and recombinant DNA tech- and teach in the department. Minority and women candidates purification. This will be a highly interac-
niques to one or more of the following areas: metabolic are encouraged. Submit curriculum vitae and three refer- tive position requiring effective commu-
regulation, mechanisms of hormone action, membrane ences with a brief statement of career plans to: P. R. nication and organizational skills.
receptors, cytoskeletal-membrane interactions, intracellu- Knight, M.D., Ph.D., Professor and Associate Chair-
lar membrane trafficking, signal transduction, ion chan- man, Director of Research, Department ofAnesthesi- Candidates should submit a letter of ap-
nels, control of growth and differentiation, and regula- ology, Box 0048, 1500 East Medical Center Drive, plication, a curriculum vitae and the
tion of expression of eukaryotic genes. Special attention Ann Arbor, MI 48109. The University of Michigan is an names of three individuals familiar with
will be given candidates who are able to relate molecular Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer. their recent research from whom letters
concepts and information to the cell and tissue levels of of recommendation may be solicited.
the organism. Significant research accomplishment and The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Please submit responses to: Joseph E.
ability to obtain independent funding are essential. Ex- at Rice University seeks to hire a LABORATORY
De Larco; MONSANTO COMPANY; 800
cellent opportunities exist for research collaboration, INSTRUCTOR to assist in developing and teaching
teaching in a medical school curriculum, and participa- introductory and advanced laboratory courses in a new N. Lindbergh Blvd.; St. Louis, MO 63167.
tion in one or more graduate programs. Competitive biosciences curriculum. Advanced-level areas of instruc- Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/HN.
salaries and start-up funding are available. Applicants tion include ecology, evolutionary biology, and organis-
should submit, prior to 1 September 1989, curriculum mal biology. Experience in statistics or computer s stems Careers for people with ideas
vitae, reprints, statement of current and planned research and software implementation is especially desirable. Ad-
interests, and letters from at least three references to: Dr. vanced degree in biological sciences required. Interested
Leonard S. Jefferson, Chairman, Department of applicants should send a resume and three letters of
Physiology, College of Medicine, The Pennsylvania
State Umversity, P.O. Box 850, Drawer SC, Hershey,
PA 17033. An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer. Women and minorities encouraged to apply.
reference to: J. Smith, Employment Office, Rice Uni-
versity, P.O. Box 2666, Houston, TX 77252, by 20
June 1989. Rice University is an Equal Opportunity/Afirma-
tive Action Employer. M/F/V/H.
THE AGA KHAN UNIVERSITY
Factilty of Health Scienties
The Aga KhIan tniersit% is no% in its sixth year or operat iol. Its llliiatedi Aga K han t 'lniersit lHospital ha.1s %ell ll iipped
teaching anti ser i-e laboratories and Will has e 65-t lbeds when falls operational. The 'nis ersit andi the tI nii ersit Hospital
aittoionoiotis, pris atel -ftinded and philanthropic iistituit ions committed to the p ro ision of errectis e health professional hecltiatiol
and heailth ser%i-ecs relesant to Pakistan and the region.
Applications are ins ited( 1ronm highl committed( professionals for the lolloso ing kte positions in ouril Microbiology Department:
Candidates applying for this position must have an M.B.B.S. and M.R.C. Path or equisalent qtualifications, preferably with experience
in a Clinical Microbiology laboratory. Candidates having experience of teaching in a Medical College; rotitine diagnostic sersices and
medical research will be given preference.
The current research work in the Microbiology Department focuses on the Immunology of Mycobacterial diseases and the candidates
are encouraged to deselop their own areas of interest.
Candidates applying for this position must have a Ph.D in Microbiology or related subject with experience in Bacteriology/Virology
will be preferred. The incumbent will be required to participate in teaching and research activities.
Salary and benefits will be offered commensurate with qualifications, experience and level of responsibility. Candidates intending to
pursue a career in Pakistan are preferred. If you are seeking professional growth and an excellent environment, please send your
detailed re'sume', bibliography and names of at least three referees familiar with recent work historv to the Personnel Manager, The
Aga Khan University, P.O. Box 3500, Stadium Road, Karachi-74800, Pakistan.
AIDS Research at the
Centers for Disease Control
Atlanta, Georgia The European Molecular Biology Laboratory, an international research organiza-
tion situated in Heidelberg, West Germany has the following vacancies at its
Research Microbiologist outstation in Grenoble:
The Laboratory Investigations Branch, HIV/AIDS Division
seeks a senior scientist to participate in a broad spectrum of
Structural Molecular Biologist
Branch activities. The principle function of this position will The Grenoble Outstation of the EMBL is a structural molecular biology laboratory
be to characterize the structural and regulatory proteins of which aims to combine expertise in biophysical techniques (notably neutron and
X-ray methods) with modern methods of molecular biology. The laboratory is
HIV and to study the immune response and natural history situated at the Institut Laue-Langevin, a high flux neutron source and adjacent to
of HIV infections. This scientist will be part of the existing the future European Synchrotron Radiation Facility and is well equipped for
effort at CDC to develop and evaluate new technology for neutron scattering, X-ray crystallography (including access to a FAST detector),
electron microscopy, dynamic light scattering and molecular biology. Current
detecting and characterizing HIV infections. This position interests include the molecular biology and X-ray crystallography of surface viral
will, also act as a consultant to CDC epidemiologists on glycoproteins (adenoviruses and myxoviruses) and amino acyl-tRNA synthe-
laboratory issues relating to seroprevalence studies con- tases, the dynamics of proteins studied by inelastic neutron scattering, the
structure and dynamics of supercoiled DNA and in-vivo deuteration. There are
ducted in the U.S. and internationally. vacancies for up to three staff scientists to contribute to existing projects or to
initiate new projects suited to the scientific environment of the laboratory.
Prefer candidates have a Ph.D. in Microbiology, Molecular Candidates in the following areas will be considered (the examples are not to be
Biology, or Biochemistry and at least three years of post- considered exhaustive):
doctoral experience in the use and development of mono- a) Neutron scattering in biology (e.g. high resolution neutron crystallography of
clonal antibodies, synthetic peptides, immunoassays, and deuterated proteins, or low resolution crystallography of macromolecular
recombinant DNA technologies. Salary will depend on b) X-ray protein crystallography (including new techniques such as diffuse
experience. scattering or Laue diffraction).
c) Molecular biologistbiochemist with an interest in structural problems (e.g.
For additional information regarding the position, contact protein/nucleic-acid interactions, virus/cell interactions).
Richard George, Ph.D. at (404) 639-3765. Interested appli- Staff scientists will be appointed on an initial contract of three to five years on
cants should send their applications and curriculum vitae to: grades 8 or 9 depending on experience. An above-average tax-free salary is
offered. Certain allowances are payable in addition, depending on personal
William R. Hudson, Personnel Management Specialist, circumstances.
Centers for Disease Control, 1600 Clifton Road, Atlanta,
Georgia 30333. CDC is an equal opportunity employer and Further information and application forms can be obtained by writing (with
enclosed CV and brief statement of interests) to the Director quoting reference
provides a smoke-free work environment. no. 89/22: EMBL Grenoble Outstation, c/o ILL, 156X, 38042 Grenoble Cedex,
m Associate (Tenured)/Assistant (Tenure Track) Professor
University of Minnesota Medical School
Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
Two faculty positions are available, depending on the qualifications, for
candidates who hold a Ph.D. or M.D. in biomedical sciences, with postdoctoral
Wyeth-Ayerst pharmaceuticals has an immediate opening for experience in matrix protein molecular biology, or chemical synthesis of peptides to
a PhD level Teratologist/Reproductive Toxicologist to direct interact with group research effort on tumor metastasis, wound healing and diabetic
pre-clinical reproductive and developmental toxicology studies complications. Individuals will also be expected to develop or continue individual
within the Drug Safety Evaluation Division. Entry level senior research program in an area of interest to him/her. Demonstration of prior research
candidates with appropriate background will be considered. productivity is necessary for Assistant Professor candidates and an established
The position requires broad based technical expertise and record of research productivity is needed for Associate Professor candidates
skills in interpreting safety data as well as the ability to com- including publications in peer reviewed lournals.
municate results orally and in writing. Skills in fetal visceral Individuals will be involved in teaching and assisting with graduate student
and skeletal examinations in common laboratory species and advising.
in assessment of potential postnatal functional/behavioral ef-
fects are highly desired.
The successful candidate will work on a cooperative basis
Research Associate/Assistant Professor (Non-Tenured)
with senior level personnel to define and characterize the University of Minnesota Medical School
reproductive and developmental toxicologic potential of a Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
broad range of potential therapeutic agents.
A research associate/assistant professor (non-tenured) position is available
The Wyeth-Ayerst Drug Safety Evaluation Division is located for candidates who hold a Ph.D. in basic biomedical sciences, with minimum of
between the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains and the three years postdoctoral experience in molecular biology/recombinant DNA tech-
shores of Lake Champlain. The area offers the benefits of a niques to participate in group research effort on the structure/interactions of
relaxed rural lifestyle and a wide range of outdoor recreational basement membrane/extracellular matrix macromolecules. Previous experience in
activities while being within easy driving distance of such this field is desired.
cultural centers as Lake Placid, New York, Burlington,
Vermont; and Montreal, Canada. Wyeth Ayerst is an equal
opportunity employer offering the successful candidate an Applicants should send curriculum vitae and names of three individuals who
attractive benefits package and a salary commensurate with can provide letter of reference to.
experience. Leo T. Furcht, M.D.
Please send resume and salary history in confidence to: Box 609 UMHC Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
420 Delaware Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
s- N WYETH Gary D. Wagoner, Personnel
WYETH-AYERST RESEARCH Deadline for receipt of applications is June 15, 1989. The University of
_ X Rouses Point, New York 12979 Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer and specifically invites
An Equal Opportunity Employer M / F / H / V
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A postdoctoral position is available in
the Developmental and Reproductive
Toxicology Group of the Systemic
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cology Research and Testing,
NIEHS, located in Research Triangle
Park, NC. The activities of the group
are directed towards the determi-
nation of the site and mechanism of
action of reproductive and develop-
mental toxicants and the develop-
ment of new methods/model systems
to identify reproductive/develop-
mental toxicants. Selectee will par-
ticipate in ongoing programs directed
at developing a rat model for the
excretion of chemicals into human
milk, the effect of toxicants on the
lactation process and the role of lac-
tation in mediating the toxicity of
chemicals to neonates.
The initial appointment is for two
years, with extensions possible up to
7 years for the talented researcher.
Applicants should possess a record
of demonstrated research produc-
tivity, the ability to carry out both inde-
pendent and collaborative research
and a Ph.D. or equivalent degree and
postdoctoral experience in Physiol-
ogy, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Bio-
chemistry or closely related field.
Should be a U.S. Citizen.
For additional information contact
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(919) 541-7513. To apply, send cur-
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NIEHS Personnel Office
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JUNIOR FACULTY POSITION (non-tenured OB/GYN FACULTY POSIIION-POSTJDOC- POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW: Position immedi-
track) available in a new program involving the molecu- TORAL -The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecol- ately available to study repair of carcinogenic DNA
lar analyses of hemoglobinoathies. Applicant should ogy, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in alterations. Project includes enzymology, photochemis-
have experience in protein chemistry and hematology. Oklahoma City is seeking an individual with research try, and molecular biology. Send curriculum vitae and
Salary negotiable. Applicants should send curriculum interest in endometriosis. Training in immunology, bio- names of three references to: Dr. Nahum J. Duker,
vitae and names and addresses of three references to: Dr. chemistry; Ph.D. required. Must be skilled in student Department of Pathology, Temple University School
Titus H. J. Huisman, Department of Ccll and Molec- and resident teaching, research design, and statistical of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 19140. An Equal Oppor-
ular Biology, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, analysis. Send curriculum vitae and bibliography: Rob- tunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
GA 30912-2100. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Ac- ert A. Wld, M.D., Associate Professor, Department
tion Employer. of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Oklaho- Diabetes Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital
ma College of Medicine, P.O. Box 26901, 4SP720, (MGH) seeks a POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW OR
Oklahoma City, OK 73190. RESEARCH ASSOCIATE with experience in molecu-
MAURY W. BRONSTEIN
PROFESSOR OF PHYSIOLOGY lar biology to study the regvlation of transacting factors
PHARMACOLOGIST: Faculty/research, assistant that mediate the effect of insulin on gene expression.
An endowed tenure-track professorship in cardiovas- professor position for appropriate Ph.D. or Pharm.D. Salary is commensurate with experience. Send curricu-
cular physiology or other closely related areas is available Qualifications and experience must include strong medi- lum vitae with two letters of recommendation to: Dr. M.
in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at The cal school teaching skills and research accomplishments. Alexander-Bridges, MGH, Wellman 306, Blossom
University of Tennessee, Memphis. Candidates should Interested qualified candidates are invited to send curric- Street, Boston, MA 02114.
have a Ph.D. or M.D. degree, an excellent history of ulum vitae including teaching experience, statement of
research funding, a well-funded research program, and a research interests, research background, prior and cur- POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP-NEURO-
strong research background in cellular aspects of cardio- rent funding, and the names of three references to: TRANSMITTER RECEPTORS to study the func-
vascular physiology or other related areas. The Maury W. Robert E. Mancini, Ph.D., D. O., Associate Dean for tional responses (channel opening and desensitization) of
Bronstein Professor will be expected to contribute signif- Academic and Research Affairs and Chairman, De- receptors and their modulation and the molecular mecha-
icantly to the development of the cardiovascular research partment of Pharmacology/Toxicology and Experi- nisms ofneurotransmitter-receptor interaction using ion-
programs within the departnent and the University. mental Therapeutics, New York Co lege of Osteo- flux methods including quench flow and stopped flow.
Demonstrated ability to engage in teaching activities of pathic Medicine, Box 170, Old Westbury, NY 11568. Projects include the study of GABA receptor, glutamate
the department are expected. Funding for this position receptor, and acetylcholine receptor. The position will be
will be through an endowed professorship. Nominations in the Department of Biochemisry, University of Missou-
and applications are invited. Applicants should send Major national patent law firm located in New York rl-Columbia. Write: Dr. Derek J. Cash, NeLrochemis-
curriculum vitae, copies of three representative publica- City seeks highly qualified Ph.D. SCIENTISTS in try Unit, Department of Biochemistry, Univcrsity of
tions and the names of three references to: Dr. Leonard biomedical fields interested in second career opportuni- M ssri-Columbia, School of Medicine, 5400 Arse-
R Johnson, Thomas A. Gerwin Professor of Physiol- ties in intellectual property law. Demonstrated technical nal Street, St. Louis, MO 63139-1494. Equal Oppor-
ogy and Chairman, Department of Physiology and writing skills essential. Competitive salaries and benefits, tunity/Affirmative Acion Employer.
Biophysics, University of Tennessee, 894 Union Ave- and opportunities for challnging assignments. Send
nue, Memphis, TN 38163. An Equal Opportunity/Af- resume to: Box 73, SCIENCE.
firmative Action Employer. Minorities and women are encour- POSTDOCTORAIJINSTRUCTOR POSTIIONS
aged to apply. IN ANATOMY. The Program in Anatomy, Develop-
POSTDOCTORAL ment and Neurobiology at Ohio University has two
ASSOCIATE positions for individuals seeking postdoctoral training in
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA) anatomy, evolutionary biology, neurobiology, muscle
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE Postdoctoral opportunity available to study gene prod- biology, functional morphology or biomechanics. Ohio
(ARS) ucts of hepadnaviruses on the molecular level in the University offers excellent research facilities as well as a
MICROBIOLOGIST/VETERINARY laboratory of Dr. Mark Feitelson. Studies include fur- strong intellectual environment in these subjects. Each
MEDICAL OFFICER ther structural characterization of these products as well position involves teaching human gross anatomy one
PHYSIOPATHOLOGY RESEARCH UNIT as structure-function relationships essential to better quarter per year to medical students. A Ph.D. and prior
NATIONAL ANIMAL DISEASE CENTER understanding of virus replication and persistence in expenence in gross anatomy instruction are required.
(NADC), AMES, IOWA chronic infection. Naturally and experimentally infected Ohio University, with a student body of 15,000, is
animal models are availae to study the immunology, located in a small picturesque town in the Appalachian
ARS is seeking a scientist to lead its research program genetics, molecular biology and pathology of acute and foothills of Southeast Ohio. Costs of living and housing
on Pathogenesis and Transmission of Salmonellosis in chronic hepadnavirus infections which are important to are moderate. The appointments will be for 1 year,
Swine. This individual will provide research leadership the establishment and maintenance of chronicity as well renewable for up to 5 years. Starting salary is $18,000.
and technical supervision to a team comprised of two as hepatocellular carcinoma. Preference will be given to Application deadline is 15 June 1989. Send curriculum
other scientists, three technicians, and two research candidates with training in molecular biology and/or vitae, including statement of teaching experience and
animal technicians. The primary objectives ofthis project immunology. Please send curriculum vitae, interests and research interests, and the names of three references to:
are to define the host-microbe relationships responsible the names of three references to: Mary Ann Michini, Dr. Michael H. Rowe, Anatomy Search Committee,
for establishing and maintaining chronic enteric Salmo- Personnel Department, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Deeartment of Zoological and Biomedical Sciences,
nella infections in swine (carrier state) and develop 7701 Burholme Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111. Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701. Telephone:
strategies to modify the carrier state. Equal Opportunity Employer. 614-593-2112. Ohio University is an Affirmative Action!
The candidate must have proven research experience Equal Opportunity Employer.
with a strong background in molecular biology, immu-
nology, and virulence attributes of pathogenic bacteria; POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW/ POSTDOCTORAL POSITION available July
and demonstrated knowledge and skill in communication RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 1989 to study microcirculatory characteristics of human
and leadership. GENE EXPRESSION/
Ph.D. is desirable. Must be U.S. citizen. Salary is TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS abnormal and sickle blood by intravital techniques (vid-
commensurate with experience ($41,121 to $57,153). eo-microscopy, hemodynamic measurements, dual-slit
The Laboratory of Molecular Endocrinology at the cross-correlation, video-image splitting, fluorescence nii-
For information on the position, contact: Dr. Shannon Massachusetts General Hospital seeks a postdoctoral croscopy). Emphasis will be given to blood cell-endothe-
C. Whipp, Research Leader, Physiopathology Re- fellow or research associate to work on the regulation of lium interaction, vascular tone and perfusion conditions.
search Unit, NADC, or telephone: 515-239-8242. polypeptide hormone genes. Previous experience in mo- Reply with names of three references to: Dr. D. K. Kaul,
For information on application procedures/forms, con- lecl ar biology is required. The laboratory is focused on Associate Professor of Medicine, Room U-917, Al-
tact: Janie E. Carr at 301-3444569. Applications in studies of the cis and trans factors that lend cAMP- bert Einstein College of Medicine, 1300 Morris Park
response to this advertisement should be marked 9N023. mediated and cell-specific expression to polypeptide hor- Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461, or call: 212430-3702.
Applications must be received by 5 July 1989. mone genes. A microchemical facility for protein se-
Mailing address: quencing-synthesis and DNA synthesis is available. Sala- POSTDOCTORAL POSITION
USDA-Agricultural Research Service ry and rank are commensurate with experience. Send
Personnel Operations Branch curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendation to: Available immediately to investigate the regulation of
Northern Section J. Habener, Chief, Laboratory of Molecular Endocri- inmune function in swine expose to various stressors.
Building 419, BARC-East nology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA An earned Ph.D. degree in immunology, environmental
Beltsville, MD 20705 02114. physiology or endocrinology is preferred. Send curricu-
An Equal Opportunity Employer. lum vitae and names of three references to: Dr. Gary
Allee, Animal Sciences Department, S105 Animal
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP available 1 Sciences Center, University of Missouri, Columbia,
POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATES to study the July 1989 to study in situ
pathogenesis of human immunodefi- MO 65211. Applications must be received by 16 June
production and function of interferons and other lym- ciency infection by hybridization techniques. Send 1989 or until a suitable candidate is found.
phokines by mammalian embryos and cultured tropho- curriculum vitae and names and addresses of three refer-
blast cells. Applicants must have a Ph.D. and some ences to: Ashlcy T. Haase, M.D., Professor and Head, POSTDOCTORAL POSITION for research on
experience in molecular biology and/or cell culture tech- Department ofMicrobiology, Univcrsity ofMinneso- transgenic mice. Areas under study include germ cells
niques, plus a background or interest in reproductive ta Medical School, Box 196 UMHC, Minneapolis, and embryo development, neurobiology, and oncogene-
biology. Send curriculum vitae to: Dr. R. M. Roberts, MN 55455. The University of Minnesota is an Equal sis. Apply with curriculum vitae to: Dr. R. L. Brinster,
158 ASRC, University of Missouri-Columbia, Co- Opportunity Educator and Employer and specifically invites and School of Veterinary Medicinc, University of Penn-
lumbia, MO 65211. encourages applications from women and minorities. sylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104.
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New England Biolabs, Inc., a pioneer and
leader in biotechnology, located twenty
Squibb Corporation is a Fortune 200 Company and an miles north of Boston near the ocean has
internationally recognized leader in the research, begun a major expansion of its research
marketing, and manufacture of innovative pharmaceu- facilities. In addition to competitive salary,
ticals. Currently, we seek an individual to identify and
select technology investment and collaboration oppor- NEB offers a very generous fringe benefits
tunities emerging from biotechnology industries as well package and profit sharing. Attendance at
as from academic research programs.
meetings, publication of research results
'You will be responsible for the evaluation of incoming
biomedical proposals, coordinating the selection pro-
and open communication with others are
cess with senior staff members and providing ongoing encouraged. The following positions are
analysis for negotiations leading to investments and available immediately.
collaboration. Requirements include a PhD and 5 to 10
years experience in molecular biology research. Staff Scientist:
For confidential consideration, please submit your resume Gene Cloning in Streptomyces Ph.D.
to Squibb Corporation, Science & Technology, Human
Resources Deparnment 207, P0. Box 4000, Princeton, NJ with a strong background in recombinant
08543-4000. An equal opportunity employer. DNA techniques to work on projects involv-
ing cloning, over-production and
mutagenesis of restriction-modification
systems in Streptomyces.
1. Gene Cloning
SQU1BB The candidate should have training in
biology, or microbiology. Projects
* involve the cloning, characterization
and mutagenesis of restriction-
SR. modification systems.
2. Molecular Parasitology
CHEMIST The parasitology group at New
England Biolabs, Inc. is studying the
GIBCO/BRL Research Products Division of Life Technolo- major filarial diseases. Candidate
gies, Inc. is a leading supplier of reagents, chemical and should have experience in molecular
apparatus to the life sciences community. biology and/or immunology. Projects
We are currently seeking an individual to plan and will involve the cloning and
implement development of new organic compounds for characterization of filarial antigens.
use in molecular biology. This involves organic synthesis,
analysis using primarily HPLC and the use of basic Molecular Biologist:
molecules biology techniques.
The professional requirements are: Ph.D. in chemistry Restriction endonuclease purification, re-
or biochemistry with no post-doctoral experience or MS in quires B.S. or M.S. experience in protein
chemistry with a minimum of 3 years of experience. The purification. Strong background in
work experience should include chemical modification molecular biology with emphasis on clon-
and purification of proteins and nucleic acids and familiarity ing techniques. Experience with HPLC
with basic techniques in molecular biology.
Send resume to: would be helpful.
Richard L. Hotaling, Jr., Dept. GG Candidates please submit curriculum vitae
GIBCO/BRL Research Products Division with three references to:
8717 Grovemont Circle
Gaithersburg, MD 20877 New England Biolabs, Inc.
(A suburb of Washington, D.C.) Human Resources
An equal opportunity employer, M/F/V/H 32 Tozer Road
Beverly, MA 01915 W ENGLAND
GIBCO/BRL LIFE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
RESEARCH PRODUCTS DIVISION
The Sterling Research Group, the world-
wide pharmaceutical research and develop- AP
ment organization of Sterling Drug Inc., an-
nounces an opening for a Senior Research
SR. RESEARCH Biologist/Group Leader in the Phar-
macology Department of Sterling's
BIOLOGIST/ Rensselaer, New York facility.
GROUP The successful candidate will have a Ph.D.
with a minimum of 3-5 years experience in
LEADER Cardiovascular Research. Expertise in
ischemia and free radical damage is re- eb/nnr Mannheim is a r growing kader ine th ;
quired with a biochemical background fiel* of MedicalDiagnos#cs and Medical Researh. .
preferred. Th iadw*has been attaned through ::::::::
The Sterling Research Group-Rensselaer emphas on qu Vtynd team effoft Due to our grawth
Committed facility is located near Albany, New York
which is a center for summer and winter
we are cuirent4 seeking a qua PostdoctoraScntist l
at our Indi4apols corporate lwftei* Wi
To recreational activities. We offer an excellent
benefits program and an exciting work en- TI posb&n is responsibk for the deveopment of sold
Scientific vironment based on a team approach to
research and development.
phases for ue in immunoarsay A scientst with previous
expenence in protein-po4mer inteatio and sufface
Excellence Please send resume, with salary re-
quirements, in confidence to:
modification technique is prferred
At Boehnnger Mannheim we offer an exating and
Mr. John P. Harvey chalening work environment as wae as an excelent
Employment Manager compensation and benefit program induding 401K Ouafied
STERLING appicants should send a resume with cover ktter and
salaly histoly for confiena consideraton to: Dqwt Ha.,
RESEARCH GROUP Boehnnger Mannheim, 9115 Hague Road, P.D Box 5001W,
A Division of Sterling Drug Inc. lndiano, IN 46250
81 Columbia Turnpike
Rensselaer, New York 12144 An Equa Opportunity Employer.
A Subsidiary of
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY BOEHRINGER
"Equal Opportunity Employer MIF/H/V"
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INFORMATION SERVICE PUT YOU IN
TOUCH WITH THE VENDORS WHOSE
PRODUCTS YOU WILL NEED.
SIMPLY WRITE US A LETTER STATING
THE SPECIFICS ABOUT YOUR PROPOSED
LAB AND WE WILL DO THE REST.
NEW LAB SERVICE DEPT.
NEW YORK, N.Y. 10036
Unigene Laboratories, a multidisciplinary bio-
technology corporation emphasizing peptide
hormone research, is seeking a distinguished
and creative scientist for the position of:
The Lindsley F. Kimball Research Institute, located in
Group Leader Of Protein Chemistry Manhattan's East 60's, is the research arm of The
* Ph.D.-level scientist, minimum 8-10 years New York Blood Center. Working within one of the
post-degree research experience. world's leading laboratories for basic and applied
* Will supervise a group of 10-12 scientists, half studies in Transfusion Medicine, its pioneering
are Ph.D.-level. accomplishments have enhanced the safety of blood
* Broad protein chemistry expertise, particularly transfusion.
in areas of purification and analysis of native
and recombinant proteins, enzymology, The individual we select will aid the investigator using
protein processing, protein refolding. biological techniques. Familiarity with chromatography,
* Responsible for staffing, budgeting and cell fractionation, radioisotopes, cell culture and small
supervision of all departmental animals is preferred. BS in Chemistry, Biochemistry
research programs. or Cell Biology required. Prior experience a plus.
Unigene offers an excellent and comprehensive
compensation package and the opportunity Excellent benefits include $1040 increase after three
to work in an environment which fosters continu- months, five weeks vacation and eighty-five percent
ing professional development. Resumes tuition refund.
containing a description of relevant experience
and a list of publications should be If qualified, please send resume specifying salary
to sent in confidence to: history and requirements, in confidence, to:
DB/HUMAN RESOURCES, THE NEW YORK BLOOD
MS. H. M. DEEGAN CENTER, 310 East 67th Street, New York New York
UNIGENE LABORATORIES, INC. 10021. An equal opportunity employer M/F.
110 LITTLE FALLS ROAD
FAIRFIELD, NJ 07006
THE NEW YORK A
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPENPOSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION in epilepsy re- POSTDOCTORAL POSITION. To study the cel- TWO POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS in Molec-
search-available for Ph.D. in pharmacology or bio- lular and molecular biology of insulin receptor regulation ular Biology/Immunology to study molecular mecha-
chemistry to study basic neurochemistry of petit mal and insulin action. Experience in tissue culture and nisms of Ag presentation and genetic control of immune
epilepsy using animal models. Salary range $20,000 to molecular biological techniques required. Send resume response in humans with Drs. D. G. Marsh and B.
$25,000. Send curriculum vitae and three letters of and three reference letters to: Dr. P. Berhanu, Division Ghosh. The projects include T cell cloning and mapping
recommendation to: Dr. 0. Carter Snead III, Chil- of Endocrinology, University of Colorado Health T cell epitopes on Ag molecules and generation of B cel
drens Hospital of Los Angeles, Division of Neurolo- Sciences Center, 4200 East Ninth Avenue-BI51, transfectants with cass II genes. Strong background in
gy, 4650 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027. Denver, CO 80262. molecular biology and/or cellular immunology required.
-Afiliated with USC School ofMedicine, an Equal Opportunity University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity/Afirmative Send curriculum vitae, research resume, and names of
Employer. Action Employer. three referees to: David G. Marsh, Ph.D., Johns Hop-
kins University School of Medicine, Good Samaritan
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION available for 3 POSTDOCTORAL POSMIION Hospital, Baltimore, MD 21239. Affirmative Action!
years to study physiological properties of olfactory cir- Equa1 Opportunity Employer.
cuits using intracellular recording, real-time voltage- Available immediately to participate in studies on
sensitive dye imaging, and neural modeling. Send letter hormonal and developmental regulation of gene expres- TWO POSTDOCTORAL POSMIIONS available 1
of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of sion in heart and skeletal muscles (J. Biol. Chem. July 1989. M.D. or Ph.D. to study carbohydrate and
recommendation to: Dr. John Kauer, Department of 262, 13316; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 84, 3122). protein metabolism using NMR and mass spectroscopic
Neurosurgery, New England Medical Center (Tufts Recent Ph.D. in biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacol- stable isotope tracer techniques in animals and humans.
School of Medicine), 750 Washington Street, Boston, ogy, or a related field with strong molecular biology M.D. or Ph.D. in cellular biology or engineering fields to
MA 02111. research background is preferred. Opportunity to devel- develop a hybrid artificial liver based upon liver cell
op independent project. Salary negotiable. Send curricu- culture and bioreactor designs. Salary consistent with
POSTDOCTORAL POSMIION available immedi- lum vitae together with names of three references to: NIH Guidelines. Curriculum vitae to: Drs. John F.
ately to study cross-talk between second messenger sys- Eugene Morkin, M.D., Director, University Heart Burke or Ronald G. Tompkins, ACC 3A, Suite 364,
tems and nicotinic acetylcholine receptor signal transduc- Center, University of Arizona Health Sciences Cen- Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 02114.
tion. Ph.D. in biochemistry or cell biology preferred. ter, Tucson, AZ 85724. An Equal Opportunity/Affirma-
Send curriculum vitae to: Drs. Adrienne Gordon or tive Action Employer. Closing date for applications is 16
June 1989. POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS IN IMMU-
Daria Mochly-Rosen, University of California, San NOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM available for
Francisco Gcneral Hospital, Building 1, Room 101, M.D.'s or Ph.D.'s in the areas of autoimmunity, molecu-
San Francisco, CA 94110. Tclephone: 415476- lar immunology, retroviral immunology, and T and B
2858. The University of Califomia is an Equal Opportunity cell development in the laboratories of Drs. Norman
Employer. f§ OKLAHOMA
MEDICAL Talal, Michael Fischbach, Judy Teale, and Ellen Kraig.
Annual salaries from $17,000 to $31,500, depending on
POSTDOCTORAL POSMON. Research in air- RESEARCH
postdoctoral experience. Available for a start date as early
way cell biology with major interest in epithelial cell and FOUNDATION as 1 July 1989, but applications will be accepted for
smooth muscle interactions. Expertise m all aspects of POSTDOCTORAL POSMON IN subsequent years as well. Applicants must be U.S. citi-
cell culture and membrane ion transport required. Posi- zens or have permanent residency status. Send curricu-
tion available now, funded for minimum of 2 years. VASCULAR MOLECULAR/CELL BIOLOGY lum vitae and have letters of recommendation sent to:
Salary range $22,000 to $28,000. Outstanding opportu- Study the exression and finction of hemostatic and in- Ms. Barbara Boyle, Division ofClinical Immunology,
nity to work with a collaborative group. Reply with flammatory efector proteins synthesized by monocytes Department of Medicine, The University of Texas
curriculum vitae and two references to: Alan L Leff, and endotheial cells. Current focus is on regulation of Health Science Centcr, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San
M.D., Department of Medicine, University of Chica- the inducible cell surface receptor that triggers the coagu- Antonio, TX 78284. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
go, 5841 South Maryland Avenue, Box 98, Chicago, lation protease cascade (tissue factor) and the proteins it Employer.
IL 60637. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. interacts with. Experience in nudeic acids and/or cell
biology techniques desirable. Send curriculum vitae, state- POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION IN ment of interests, and names of three references to: James
AIDS IMMUNOLOGY H. Morrissey, Ph.D., Oklahoma Medical Research The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agri-
Foundation, Program in Cardiovascular Biology, 825 cultural Research Service (ARS), has available two post-
Position available now to study mechanism of cellular N.E. 13th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73104. doctoral research associate positions at the Re onal
immunity to HIV. Our laboratory is utilizing human T Poultry Research Laboratory, East Lansing, Michigan,
cell clones and HIV envelope and core peptides to define in areas of: (1) Fowlpox recombinant viruses; recent
T cell-dependent epitopes of the virus. Mechanisms of T POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS Ph.D. in molecular biology or related disciplines is
cell cytotoxicity and in vitro cellular defects are being Several postdoctoral positions are available immediate- required; and (2) Cellular biology; recent Ph.D. in
studied. An active multidisciplinary program with bio- ly to work on channel protein-structure and function. cellular biology/immunology is required. Salary com-
chemists, molecular biologists and clinicians is available. Research experience in membrane biophysics, molecu- mensurate with experience ($28,852 to $34,580). Please
Please send curriculum vitae and names of three refer- lar biology or protein engineering is required. Send send curriculum vitae or SF-171, application for federal
ences to: Daniel Stites, M.D., University of California, resume, reprints, and two names of references to: Dr. employment, and names of three references to: Dr. K.
San Francisco, Box 0100, San Francisco, CA 94143. Mauricio Montal, University of California San Diego, Nazerian for position (1); and to: Dr. A. M. Fadly for
The University of Califomia is an Affirmative Action/Equal La Jolla, CA 92092-0319. An Equal Opportunity/Affir- position (2); USDA-ARS-Regional Poultry Research
Opportunity Employer. mative Action Employer. Laboratory, 3606 East Mount Hope Road, East
Lansing, MI 48823 or call: 517-337-6828. Applica-
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION tions must be marked 8N032 for position (1) or 9N022
TUMOR VIROLOGY POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS for position (2), and must be received by 30 July 1989.
NYU MEDICAL CENTER ARS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Plant physiologist to study the uptake and metabolism
We have recently discovered RNA covalently linked to of industrial waste compounds by plant tissue cultures
SV40 TAg and to the oncogene product p53. The and seedlings. Plant ecologist to expand existing comput- PROFESSOR OF PHYSICAL OCEANOGRA-
RNAs, the bonding and the possible significance to er database and use it to study the influence of xenoblotic PHY-The Department of the Scripps Institution of
oncogenic transformation will be studied. Must be U.S. chemnicals on terrestrial ecosystems. Salaries: $21,000. Oceanography at the University of Calornia, San Diego
citizen or permanent resident. Send curriculum vitae and Send curriculum vitae and three references to: John (UCSD), invites applications for assistant, associate or
names of three references to: Fletcher, D ent of Botany and Microbiologvy full professor (tenure-track or tenured) positions in
Dr. Robert Carroll University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019-0245. physical oceanography; rank and salary will be commen-
Department of Pathology Telephone: 405-325-4321. OU is an Equal Opportunity surate with qualifications and experience in accord with
New York University Medical School Employer. UC scales. At the time of appointment successful candi-
550 First Avenue dates must possess a Ph.D. degree in physical oceanogra-
New York, NY 10016 phy or a reIated science. Applications from junior scien-
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER tists are encouraged. The position(s) will involve gradu-
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION IN REGULATION OF I-A EXPRESSION ate teaching and supervision of graduate student re-
NEUROSCIENCE is available immediately for studies THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY search. Successful applicants will be expected to carry out
on the immunohistochemical localization of unique Postdoctoral position available 1 July 1989 to study a vigorous research program supported by extramural
markers in the brain in Alzheimer's Disease. Applicants regulation of MHC Class II expression that is controlled funds. Candidates at the associate or filll professorial level
should have a background in anatomy, neuroscience, by the Bcg gene. Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree must show evidence ofa strong research record. Assistant
immunocytochemistry and in situ hybridization and a with experience in membrane biochemistry, molecular level candidates will be evaluated on their potential from
Ph.D. in a related biomedical science. Appointment biology, immunology or microbial-host cell interactions. their publication record and letters of recommnendation,
initially for 2 years. Salary commensurate with experi- Please send a copy of your curriculum vitae and names of as appropriate to their level of experience. Send letter of
ence, excellent fringe benefits. Please send curriculum three references to: Dr. Bruce S. Zwilling, Department application, including names of five references, to:
vitae and three letters of reference to: Dr. A. P. Os- of Microbiology, The Ohio State University, 484 Chairman (PO), Graduate Department, A-008,
mand, Department of Medicine, University of Ten- West 12th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210. The Ohio Scripps Institution of Occanography, UCSD, La Jol-
nessee Medical Center at Knoxville, 1924 Alcoa State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity la, CA 92093. Applications received after 1 August
Highway, Knoxville, TN 37920. UTMC is an Afirma- Employer and specifically invites and encourages minority and 1989 may not receive full consideration. An Equal
tive Action/Title IX/Section 504 Employer. women applicants. Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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Request for Applications
CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY
Dean of Medicine RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN
and Vice President CYSTIC FIBROSIS
for Medical Affairs The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation announces competitive
Case Western Reserve University invites nomi- awards for research related to cystic fibrosis (CF):
nations and applications for the positions of Vice
President for Medical Affairs and Dean of the
University's School of Medicine. Both positions RESEARCH GRANTS AND
are currently held by Richard E. Behrman, M.D., NEW INVESTIGATOR GRANTS
who has resigned effective August 1, 1989, to Application Deadline: September I Support for pilot
become director of the new Packard Center for the and feasibility studies to develop and initially test new
Future of Children. The University anticipates hypotheses and methods. Support of up to $30,000 in
that one candidate will be appointed to the two annual direct costs for two years may be requested.
The Vice President for Medical Affairs is a RESEARCH SCHOLAR AWARDS
member of the University's senior administrative
group, responsible to the President for medical Application Deadline: September I Corresponding to the
education and research, including interactions NIH's Research Career Development Awards, these awards
with affiliated teaching hospitals and other organi- are designed to encourage a sustained commitment to CF
zations, planning for capital needs, and working from scientists engaged in outstanding, independent
with other administrative officers to see that research careers. Support of up to $100,000 per year for
University services effectively serve these objec- three years may be requested. Applicants must contact the
tives. The Vice President reviews all recommen- Foundation before submission of proposals.
dations from the School of Medicine for faculty
actions, for budgets, and for policy changes before
they are submitted to the President. RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS
The Dean serves as chief executive of the Application Deadline: September I Awards for postdoc-
School of Medicine, the largest and oldest of the toral training in basic or clinical research. Stipends are
University's six professional schools and one of available for $30,000 (first year), $31,000 (second year),
the world's leading centers of medical education and $33,000 (optional third year).
and research. The Dean provides academic and ad-
ministrative leadership for a faculty with more CLINICAL RESEARCH GRANTS
than 1,000 full-time members and 1,200 part-time Application Deadline: October I To support clinical
members. The School enrolls over 800 students in
curricula leading to the M.D., to the Ph.D. in research focusing on the pathophysiology, diagnosis
various biomedical sciences, and to the joint and/or therapeutic management of CE Funding request
M.D.-Ph.D., and is a national leader in programs and duration of the award should reflect the nature of
for innovative medical education. The School's the study.
budget for the 1988-89 academic year is approxi-
mately $80 million, of which about two-thirds HARRY SHWACHMAN
represents external support for research. This total CLINICAL INVESTIGATOR AWARD
does not include compensation for full-time Application Deadline: August 1 Special award for
faculty that is derived from patient care programs.
The Dean represents the School to other units of promising physicians entering academic appointments
the University and to external audiences in the with commitment to establishing research careers related
public and private sectors, and provides leadership to CF. Total of $60,000 in annual direct costs for three
in strategic planning and in identifying and years may be requested.
attracting the financial resources needed by the
School. Interested individuals are encouraged to contact the
Nominations and applications may be submit- Foundation to discuss the relevance of their work to
ted for review by the search advisory committee: cystic fibrosis. For further information, contact Robert J.
Chairman, Search Advisory Committee for Beall, Ph.D., or Dale S. Glass, M.S., at the
Dean of Medicine
and Vice President for Medical Affairs
Office of the President
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio 44106 Fibrosis
Review of submissions will begin immediately,
and will continue until an appointment is made.
6931 Arlington Road
In employment as in education, Case Western Reserve Bethesda, Maryland 20814
University is committed to Affirmative Action and Equal (301) 951-4422
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE- POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE. PRESIDENT
Exciting opportunity to work on interactions of cell U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural THE ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY
membranes with drugs, anesthetics, and alcohol. Facili- Research Service (ARS), Orlando, Florida. ARS is seek-
Applications are invited for the position of President,
ties and funding for these studies are excellent. Experi- ing a research associate to develop assays, detect, isolate, The Rockefeller University. An individual of internation-
ence in one or more of the following areas requwred: and characterize a biochemical factor from whiteflies al renown and outstanding scientific accomplishment is
protein-lipid interactions, membrane protein reconstitu- responsible for "silverleaf' symptoms in cucurbits and
tion, lipid bilayers, cell membrane isolation and charac- irregular ripening of tomatoes. Experience in plant sought. Extensive management and administrative expe-
terization, fluorescence spectroscopy, phospholipases, and/or insect biochemistry or natural products chemistry rience is preferred. Applications and inquiries should be
etc. Position suitable for a new or recently qualified is desirable. Two-year appointment. Ph.D. within the addressed to: The Search Committee, The Rockefeller
Ph.D.; available immediately or possibly at a later date. past 3 years. Salary commensurate with experience: University, 1230 York Avenue, New York, NY
Send curriculum vitae and the names of three references $28,852 to $44,957. Contact: Dr. J. P. Shapiro at 407- 10021.
to: Dr. C. D. Stubbs, Room 271, Jefferson Alumni 897-7376. An Equal Opportunity Employer. The Rockefeller University is an Equal Opportunity/Afirm-
Hall, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA ative Acion Employer and does not discriminate in any of its
19107. Thomas Jefferson University is an Equal Opportuni- employment policies or pracices on the basis of race, color,
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)- religion, sex, national origin, handicap or status as a veteran.
ty/Affirmative Action Employer. POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING in atherosclerosis re-
search. An interdepartmental training committee is solic-
iting applications tor postdoctoral fellowships in athero- PUBLIC EDUCATION DIRECTOR
The USDA-Agricultural Research Service (ARS) is sclerosis research emphasizing human and molecular SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE
seeking a POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSO- genetics, pathology, enzymology and lipid biosynthesis
CIATE IMMUNOLOGIST/PHYSIOLOGIST to A new position has been created in a large, vigorous,
study effects of prolactin on immune system and adreno- and transport. Qualifications include a doctorate in the and growing scientific society to implement a long-term
cortical development in neonatal pigs. Candidates must sciences or medicine, two recommendation letters, and program to educate and inform the general public about
have completed Ph.D. and have experience in immune publications, if available. U.S. citizenship or permanent basic neuroscience. Activities will include preparation of
system measures. Salary varies with experience ($28,852 residence required byfunding agency. Qualified applicants will material for lay media representatives and arranging
to $34,580 per annum). Send curriculum vitae and be contacted by a faculty sponsor, and together they will contacts with them throughout the year, development of
names of references to: Dr. H. G. Klemcke, Announce- plan a program of research and study. Final selection will source materials and databases for the lay media in
ment No. 9W025, USDA-ARS Meat Animal Re- be made by our Training Committee. Women and other neuroscience and exploration of effective means to direct-
search Center, P.O.B. 166, Clay Center, NE 68933 underrepresented applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. ly educate the general public about the field. The posi-
or call: 402-762-4275. Applications accepted until Reply to: Professor V. N. Schumaker, Molecular tion will be located in the Society's central office in a
position is filled or 31 January 1990. An Equal Opportuni- Biology Institute, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90024- desirable part of Washington, D.C. Applicants must have
ty Employer. 1570. a bachelor's degree with a strong backround in science
and a minimum of 6 years of work experience; graduate
RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR training, preferably in neuroscience, is desired. Successful
PROFESSOR OF PHYSIOLOGY experience in preparing descriptions of scientific material
The Department of Microbiology, School of Dental for nonspecialists and/or lay persons and knowledge of
A tenure-track position at the rank of professor is Medicine, at the University of Pennsylvania seeks candi- psand media activities are essential. The position will
available in the Department of Physiology and Biophys- dates for a nontenure-track research position. The suc- demand an active, creative person. A competitive salary,
ics at The University of Tennessee, Memphis. Candidates cessful applicant will be expected to develop a research commensurate with experience, good fringe benefits and
should have a Ph.D. or M.D. degree, a well-funded program with independent funding in the area of struc- a good working environment will be offered.
research program, and a strong research interest in tural and functional analysis of herpes simplex virus If you are interested in a unique opportunity in the
developmental physiology related to the gastrointestinal glycoproteins. Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in micro- Nation's capital to help interpret an exciting field of
tract. Demonstrated ability to engage in teaching activi- biology or a related field and several years of postdoctoral science to the public, send a resume with a cover letter
ties of the department are expected. Applicants should expenence. A background in the study of the molecular and examples of material you have prepared for general
send curriculum vitae, copies of three representative biology of herpes viruses is essential, and experience in audiences to: Search Committee, Society for Neuro-
publications and the names of three references to: Dr. the isolation of virus mutants and in vitro mutagenesis is science, 11 Dupont Circle, N.W., Suite 500, Wash-
Leonard R. Johnson, Thomas A. Gerwin Professor of desirable. Forty hours weekly; salary approximately ington, DC 20036. For first consideration, applications
Physiology and Chairman, Department of Physiology $28,500. Send curriculum vitae, statement of research must be received by 19 June 1989.
and Biophysics, University ofTennessee, 894 Union interests, and three letters of reference to: Dr. Gary H.
Avenue, Memphis, TN 38163. An Equal Opportunityl Cohen, University of Pcnnsylvania School of Dental
Affirmative Acion Employer. Minorities and women are en- Medicine, 4010 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA RESEARCH FELLOW
couraged to apply. 19104. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer; BIOSTATISTICIAN/PROGRAMMER
we encourage female and minority candidates. CENTER FOR WATER AND
PROTEIN BIOCHEMIST. A postdoctoral position NATURAL RESOURCES
is available immediately with the USDA, Agricultural RESEARCH ASSOCIATE: To conduct indepen- RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Research Service (ARS), Albany, California, to partici- dent research in the role of zinc and other mets in UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, DULUTH
pate in studies of enzymes involved in glycoalkaloid chromatin structure and composition, with emphasis on
biosynthesis and metabolism in plants. Research focuses the control of gene expression in eukaryotes. The work The Research Fellow-Biostatistian/Programmer is a
on the purifcation and charactenzation of glycosyl trans- involves isolation and characterization, using zinc-free 12-month professional appointment renewable annually.
ferases and other enzymes, to be followed by cloning of conditions, of nuclei, chromatin, and its constituents, Responsibilities: Collaborate with scientists in broad
appropriate cDNA's for gene inactivation experiments in specifically chromosomal metalloproteins and tran- variety of environmental and natural resources research.
potato. Previous experience with plant enzymes or in scription factors; purification of mRNA and develop- Participate in research design, methodology develop-
related areas is desirable. Salary range: GS-11, $28,852 ment of a cDNA library, culture techniques of mammali- ment and data analysis. Design and develop software
to GS-12, $34,580. For information on the research an and non-mammalian cells; metal ligand exchange applications programs for ecological research problems.
program, contact: Dr. M. Friedman, telephone: 415- methods; flameless atomic absorption spectroscopy; and Develop computer models with scientists involved in
559-5615/5642, Western Regional Research Center, spectroscopic methods for determination of the structure ecosystem studies, particularly linking simulations with
USDA, ARS, 800 Buchanan Street, Albany, CA of metal binding sites. Requirements include Ph.D. in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Supervise addi-
94710. For application procedures/forms, contact: Rita biochemistry and 3 years of related research experience. tional staff, data management and archiving.
Millard, telephone: 301-344-3138. Applications Salary: $24,000 per year. Send resumes to: Massachu- Minimum qualifications: M.S. degree in an appropri-
should be marked Code 9W026. An Equal Opportunity setts Department of Employment and Training, Spe- ate field and 3 years of relevant experience. Experience in
Employer. cial Program Dcpartment, 19 Staniford Strect, Bos- biostatistics and software such as SAS and SPSS. Pro-
ton, MA 02144, and refer to case number 9702. gramming experience in FORTRAN, C and database
RESEARCH ASSOCIATE RESEARCH ASSOCIATE Desired qualifications: Experience with spatial statis-
Research associate position to conduct research on the POSTDOCTORAL POSMIION tics and nonparametric methods, and applications of GIS
nature of interaction between cytomegalovirus (CMV) LOYOLA UNIVERSITY to ecological problems. Expenence with modelling ap-
and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV, AIDS virus) OF CHICAGO proaches in ecological and/or natural resources applica-
in various cell systems. Involves detailed analysis of tions, especially GIS-based.
changes in transcription and elucidation of the role of We currently have an excellent opportunity for Ph.D. Salary: Competitive. Starting date: 1 September 1989
other cellular genes in the development of AIDS. Work candidates to study the molecular biology of nitrate or as soon thereafter as possible. Applications must be
has been expanded to obtain defetion mutants of both assimilation in soy beans. Experience with molecular postmarked by 15 June 1989. To app[y, send an applica-
simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) and HIV-1 to- biological techniques and enzymology preferred. tion letter, current resume and the names, addresses, and
wards generation of attenuated viral strains. This work Position will begin 1 July 1989. We offer a salary phone numbers of three references to:
involves making various constructs of CMV and HIV commensurate with qualifications plus benefits. Send Research Fcllow Search Committee
genes also. Ph.D. in virology required with 3 years of curriculum vitae and names and addresses of three refer- Natural Resources Research Institute
experience in job offered or 4 years in retrovirology ences to: University of Minncsota, Duluth
research. Forty hours a week, $32,000 a year. All quai-- Stan Hewitson 3151 Miller Trunk Highway
fied applicants must quote job order number 4274722 Loyola University of Chicago Duluth, MN 55811
and submit curriculum vitae to: The Philadelphia Job 6525 North Sheridan Road The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity
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School of Veterinary Medicine
Senior Scientist, Toxicology
The Department of Pathobiology, School of Veterinary Help Expand Our Research Efforts
Medicine, invites applications for a tenure track faculty
position in veterinary virology. The successful candidate In Wound Healing
will be expected to develop an independent, competitively
funded, creative research program which may be in
collaboration with other scientists at Purdue University,
teach virology and participate in graduate courses in ETHICON, Inc., a member of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, is a major
molecular virology in the department's graduate program,
direct graduate students, and serve as a consultant to the researcher, developer, manufacturer and marketer of sutures and wound closure
Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory on campus. devices. We are currently expanding our research efforts to the development of
The ideal candidate will possess a DVM or equivalent wound healing pharmaceuticals.
degree and a PhD degree in molecular virology or viral We currently have a significant career opportunity for an individual to become part
immunology, or a PhD degree in virology and research
training in animal health. Postdoctoral research experience of our scientific team. To qualify, you should possess a Ph.D. in Toxicology/Phar-
is preferred. The position will be filled at the assistant, macology or relevant area with 2 years' experience in a pharmaceutical or related
associate, or full professor level depending upon the setting preferred.
The Department of Pathobiology is comprised of three The successful candidate will function as a study director of various types of GLP
sections: 1) Anatomic and Clinical Pathology: 2) Immunol- general toxicology studies. Responsibilities include designing experiments, conduc-
ogy and Infectious Diseases; and 3) Epidemiology and ting/managing studies, and accurately summarizing and reporting the findings.
Public Health. The department offers a graduate program
in collaboration with several major pharmaceutical compa- This position supports our important research endeavors and affords professional
nies, the Lovelace Inhalation Toxicology Research Insti- growth. We offer a competitive salary and the comprehensive benefits of a Johnson &
tute, and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Johnson Company, as well as a convenient suburban location. For immediate, con-
Purdue University provides an exciting research environ- fidential consideration, please submit curriculum vitae and salary requirements to:
ment with an international reputation in biology, biomedi-
cal engineering, pharmaceutical sciences, molecular virol- Employment Department JD, ETHICON, Inc., P.O. Box 151, Somerville, NJ 08876. An
ogy, neurosciences, and comparative oncology. Equal Opportunity Employer
Please submit a curriculum vitae, a statement of career
goals, and the names of three references to:
Dr. Larry Gllckman, Head
Department of Veterinary Pathobiology
West Lafayente, IN 47907
Final review of applications will begin September 1,
1989. Purdue University is an affirmative action/equal a j44 company
opportunity employer/educator. Women and minority ap-
plicants are encouraged to apply.
Sandoz Ltd., Basle, Switzerland, one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, is offering a one-
in glycoprotein research and development.
The successful candidate will work in a highly motivated research and development environment. Main
task of the candidate will be to establish efficient polysaccharide characterisation methods and procedures
and carry out research on biotechnically produced glycoproteins.
Applicants require a Ph.D. or an equivalent in Biochemistry and/or related sciences. Remuneration will be
based on common standards.
Interested candidates with experience in carbohydrate chemistry should submit their curriculum vitae,
names of references and a list of publications as soon as possible, but at latest by June 15th to:
attention Mr. R. Zbinden, Personnel Department, Ref. 9803
CH-4002 Basel, Switzerland
POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN POSITIONS OPEN
RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ The Australian Museum is seeking a SCIENTIFIC STAFF POSMON AVAILABLE AT
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OFFICER Grade: 1 to 4. Salary: $23,098 to $43,575 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
The Division ofMolecular Virology and Immunology, AUS. Invertebrate zoologist position no.: AM 89/13.
Conduct research on marine invertebrates (excluding The position entails participation in immunology re-
Department of Microbiology, of the Georgetown Uni- Mollusca), preferably Echinoderms, Crustacea or Annel- search in my laboratory and management of a flow
versity Medical Center seeks candidates for a research ids; answer public/scientific enquiries; assist educational cytometry center. My laboratory studies development of
position at the assistant/associate professor level. Pro- and collection management programs; supervise staff; human B lymphocytes using molecular and cellular tech-
gram emphasis is on the molecular pathogenesis of the manage resources. Essential: Tertial qualifications in niques. Expenence with flow cytometry, computers, and
-fepatitis delta virus. We require either a Ph.D. or M.D. zoology; demonstrated research and publication record; characterization of cell surface antisens wou[d be desir-
with training in molecular virology and at least 3 to 5 demonstrated experience in phylogenetics and taxono- able. Salary is competitive and will be commensurate
years of postdoctoral experience. Salary and academic my. with the qualification of the applicants. Please send
appointment are commensurate with experience and Additional information: (0011 61 02) 339 8135 curriculum vitae to: Moon H. Nahm, M.D., Depart-
training. Send letter of application and curriculum vitae (Dr. M. Gray) ment of Padtology, Washington University School of
to: An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Medicne, 660 South Euclid Avenuc, Box 8118, St.
Dr. John L. Gerin Applications to: The Staff Manager, Australian Mu- Louis, MO 63110.
Division of Molecular seum, 6-8 College Street, Sydney 2000, Australia by
Virology and Immunology 14 July 1989.
560 Fishers Lane WORKSHOP
Rockville, MD 20852
An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. SENIOR RETROVIROLOGIST DEGRADATIVE BIOTECHNOLOGIES
The University of Miami School of Medicine an- FOR TREATING CHEMICAL WASTES
RESEARCH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR-Col- nounces the creation of a senior faculty position for a San Miniato (Pisa, Italy), 26 to 29 June 1989
laborate with NIH-funded studies of humoral factor(s) virologist with special research interests and strengths in Recent trends in the field of refractory chemical waste
affecting cell ion transport and growth in hypertension the molecular biology of retroviruses. Applications are biodegradation will be discussed. Applicative aspects
[see AJP 251, H984 (1986); Circ. Res. 62, 1001 invited from individuals with established research exper- regarding full-scale experiments of biodegradation car-
(1988)]. Applicant should have Ph.D. in biochemistry tise who wish to inplement and build an interdisciplin- ried out in open field as well as analytical methods
pharmacology, or cell biology with postdoctoral train- ary research and training program. The primary faculty for detecting polluting substances and molecular mecha-
ing. Experience with cell culture and with chromato- appointment for this position, at the full professorial nisms of degradative enzymes will be presented. Regis-
graphic procedures, induding HPLC, necessary. Begin- level, is in the Department of Microbiology and Immu- tration fee and living expenses $400. Contact: Franca
ning salary up to $38,000. Send curriculum vitae to: H. nology. The appointee will assume the post of Director Perghem, Department of Chemistry, University of
W. Overbecl,M.D., Ph.D., Departments of Medicine of the Retrovirology Collaborative Research Group for Florence, Via G. Capponi 7, 50121 Florence, Italy.
and Physiology, West Virginia University Health the medical campus. The mission of the Group is to Telephone: +39-55-2476949; Fax: +39-55-244102
Sciences Center, Morgantown, WV 26506. Deadline create an outstanding and productive research program or Giovanni Vallini, Soil Microbiology Center, CNR,
for receipt of curriculum vitae 30 September 1989. Equal that is both independent and interactive with the many Via Borghetto 80, 56100 Pisa, Italy. Telephone:
Opportunity/Afirmative Action Employer. basic research programs within the Department, with +39-50-571562.
well-funded projects in the AIDS Program at Miami, and
with research workers in the Comprehensive Cancer
RESEARCH INSTRUCTOR. Nontenure-track po- Center. The appointee will also serve as program director FELLOWSHIPS
sition available for individual with Ph.D. in mammalian for the Viral Oncology Program of the Comprehensive
molecular neurobiology. Experience in teaching medical Cancer Center. In addition to the Director, the Group is
histology required. Send curnculum vitae with names of envisioned to comprise two senior and two junior scien- ANNOUNCING
three references to: Dr. R. J. Mullen, Acting Chair, tists to bc recruited. The Director will have a major role PUBLIC POLICY FELLOWSHIPS
Department of Anatomy, University of Utah School
of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT 84132. An Equal
in making these appointments. Ample, high-quality,
modem laboratory space has been designated for
Thc Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation is accepting
Opportunity Employer. Closing date 26 June 1989. applications for 1-year Public Policy Fellowships in
the Group and considerable financial resources are avail- Mcntal Retardation. The Fellowships provide experience
ablc to ensure that a research facility of the first rank can in public Folicy development related to mental retarda-
RESEARCH POSITION: Applications are invited bc created. Interested individuals with an M.D. or Ph.D. tion. App cants must have a minimum of 5 years of
for a non-tenure position in the Department of Patholo- degree are invited to send a brief letter of interest, a copy expericnce in the field of mental retardation with back-
gy, East Carolina University School of Medicine. Appli- of the curriculum vitae, and names of three references to: ground in biological, behavioral, or social sciences, edu-
cants must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent and must have had J. Wayne Streilein, M.D., Professor and Chairman, cation, medicine or health care, state or local govern-
at least 4 years of postdoctoral research experience. They University ofMiami School of Medicine, Department mcnt, or the law. Fellowships normally begin in January,
must have extensive experience in the analysis of mono- of Microbiolo /Immunology, P.O. Box 016960 R- luly, or September. Applicantstwo submit a letter of
nuclear phagocyte function and differentiation. Expertise 138, Miami, FL 33101. Telephone: 305-547-6694/ interest, curriculum vitae, and letters of support to:
in the analysis of eicosanoid synthesis and the culture of 6655; fax: 305-548-4623. The review of applications Eunice Kennedy Shriver
hemopoietic progenitor cells is important. The position will continue until the position is filled. The University of The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation
will require graduate level teaching. Academic rank will Miami is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. 1350 New York Avenue, N.W., Suitc 500
be commensurate with experience. Please send curricu- Washington, DC 20005-4709
lum vitae and names of at least three references to: Dr. TENURED OR TENURE-TRACK Dcadlines for receipt of applications are 1 September
Alvin Volkman, Department of Pathology, East Car- FACULTY POSMIIONS 1989 for January start and 1 March 1990 for July or
olina University, School of Medicine, Greenville, NC September start.
27834. East Carolina is an Affirmative Action/Equal Oppor- Tenured or tenure-track faculty positions are available
tunity Employer. Federal law requires proper documentation of in a newly established Program in Molecular Medicine.
identity and employability at the time of employment. It is This interdisciplinary program currently includes nine MARKETPLACE
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