View Full Version : Job Posting - Assistant Professor in Exercise Biology

09-12-2001, 01:43 AM

The Division of Biological Sciences, University of California, Davis
invites applications and nominations for a faculty position in exercise
biology. This is a tenure-track position at the level of ASSISTANT
PROFESSOR. The position will be in the Exercise Biology Program with a
joint appointment in the Section of Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior. A
Ph.D. (or equivalent) and postdoctoral experience is required. Candidates
must have an outstanding record of research achievement and will be
expected to develop a strong independent research program in exercise
biology. Particular attention will be afforded candidates who have an
integrative perspective and employ mechanistic approaches to address
important issues in exercise biology, such as skeletal muscle
physiology/development, muscle adaptation to exercise or aging. The
successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate and graduate
level courses in exercise biology/exercise science and participate fully in
the teaching and advising programs coordinated by the Divisions of
Biological Sciences and Graduate Studies. Applications should include: 1)
curriculum vitae (with e-mail address), 2) statement of current and
proposed research interests, 3) three relevant reprints, 4) statement of
teaching experience/interests, and 5) names, telephone numbers, and
addresses (postal and e-mail) of at least three references. Candidates
should also arrange to have their reference letters mailed directly to the
Committee Chair. All materials should be sent to:

Charles A. Fuller, Chair
Exercise Biology Search Committee
Exercise Biology Program
University of California
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616-8674

Closing date: open until filled, but all materials must be received by
September 28, 2001 to be assured of full consideration.

The University of California, Davis, is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer with a strong institutional commitment to the
development of a climate that supports equality of opportunity and respect
for differences.

This advertisement is also available electronically at the following web sites:

David Hawkins, Ph.D.
Human Performance Laboratory
Exercise Biology Program - Division of Biological Sciences
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group - College of Engineering
University of California-Davis
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 752-2748 (phone)
(530) 752-6681 (fax)

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