The University of Rochester invites applications for a new
tenure-track position in Chemical and Biomedical Engineering to
be filled at the Assistant Professor level. Exceptional
candidates qualified for higher ranks will also be considered.
We hope to fill this position by June 1999. Successful candidates
will be expected to develop independent, extramurally funded
research programs and to participate fully in the chemical and
biomedical engineering teaching programs. The University of
Rochester has recently instituted degree programs in Biomedical
Engineering at the doctoral, masters and bachelor of science
levels and new faculty are needed to help support these programs.
In addition to the current opening, a junior level faculty member
in biomedical engineering recently was added to the Mechanical
Engineering Department and another faculty member was added in
the Department of Pharmacology and Physiology in the School of
Medicine and Dentistry. For information about the chemical and
biomedical engineering programs, access our web sites through

Applicants should have formal training in Chemical Engineering or
a closely related area. Significant postdoctoral training will
be viewed positively. Preference will be given to applicants
whose research interests will augment existing strengths in the
areas of tissue engineering, mechanics, and biomaterials,
although outstanding candidates with general research interests
in the chemical engineering aspects of biomedical engineering
will also be considered.

Contact: Richard E. Waugh
University of Rochester
Gavett Hall 201E, Box 260168
Rochester, NY 14627-0168

Phone: (716) 275-3891
Fax: (716) 756-7771

Review of candidates will begin immediately and will continue
until the position is filled. Applicants should send their
curriculum vitae, three recent reprints, a statement of research
interests and plans, and the names of three referees to Richard
Waugh at the address above. The University of Rochester is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative action Employer; applications from
women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged.

Amy L. Lerner
Asst. Professor
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
215 Hopeman Building
University of Rochester
Box Number 270132
Rochester, NY 14627-0132

Phone: 716-275-7847
Fax: 716-256-2509

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