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Tenure Track Positions in Fungal Evolution
The College of Biological Sciences at the University of Minnesota announces up to two tenure-track positions in fungal biology at the assistant professor or associate professor level. The position(s) will complement a faculty cluster focused on plant and fungal evolution. Research that facilitates collaborations in evolutionary genomics, phylogenetic systematics, evolutionary ecology, molecular biology or cellular biology of fungi is of special interest. We welcome applicants working in any area of fungal biology and are particularly interested in those whose research explores the interface between organismal and genetic approaches to the study of evolutionary processes.
The position(s) in the Fungal Evolution cluster are part of a larger cluster hiring effort. The College of Biological Sciences at the University of Minnesota is hiring 16 scientists to form six interdisciplinary clusters in emerging areas of biology that connect with other STEM disciplines. The research clusters are organized around the following research themes: cellular biophysics, functional proteomics, fungal evolution, genome variation, microbial systems and synthetic biology, and theoretical biology.
Interested in joining the CBS faculty as part of a collaborative fungal evolution research cluster? Visit the college’s cluster hiring website for detailed information and to apply: z.umn.edu/cbsclusterhiring Applicants are encouraged to submit materials by November 1, 2012 for consideration by the search committee.
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