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12-11-1997, 12:08 AM
>University of Oregon
>College of Arts and Sciences
>DEPARTMENT OF EXERCISE AND MOVEMENT SCIENCE
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>Position Announcement
>Physiology (Human or Animal)
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>Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor, tenure track.
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>Qualifications and responsibilities: Earned doctoral degree with
>specialization in physiology or exercise physiology. Postdoctoral
>experience preferred. The appointee will be expected to have sufficient
>expertise to assist in teaching courses in undergraduate human and exercise
>physiology, and/or graduate courses in areas related to his/her research
>expertise. The development of an independent research program that is
>competitive for extramural funding is required. Preference will be given
>to applicants with demonstrated research/teaching proficiency in the areas
>of cardiovascular or muscle physiology particularly as they relate to
>exercise, aging or rehabilitation. Additional research experience in
>nuclear magnetic imaging (NMR) is desirable. Other responsibilities
>include supervision of student research, including advising master's theses
>and doctoral dissertations, academic counseling of undergraduate and
>graduate students, service on faculty committees, and other duties as
>appropriate. The department is seeking an individual who can provide
>leadership and energy in the development of an outstanding program in the
>physiological sciences.
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>General Information: The Department of Exercise and Movement Science (EMS)
>offers a cross-disciplinary undergraduate degree which emphasizes the
>development of students interested in medicine and health science
>professions. The degree program consists of courses in the biological and
>physical sciences. EMS currently has approximately 250 undergraduate and
>60 graduate students. Graduates in EMS seek positions in medicine,
>physical therapy, nursing, and dentistry or research/teaching at the
>university level.
>
>Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience.
>
>Applications: Direct phone or e-mail inquiries to the search committee
>chair, Dr. Gary Klug, (541) 346-0936, gklug@oregon.uoregon.edu. Send
>letter of application; curriculum vitae; samples of scholarly work; and
>three (3) letters of reference from individuals who have first-hand
>knowledge of research and teaching abilities to:
>
>Physiology Search
>Dr. Gary Klug, Search Committee Chair
>Department of Exercise and Movement Science
>1240 University of Oregon
>Eugene, OR 97403-1240
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>Deadline: Initial screening of applications will begin January 15, 1998,
>and the search will continue until a suitable candidate is selected. To
>insure full consideration of an application, we recommend that materials be
>received by January 15, 1998.
>
>The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
>institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the
>Americans with Disabilities Act
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