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    Drug Delivery/Cellular-molecular Engineering

    Applications are invited for a full time tenure-track position at
    the rank of Assistant Professor in Dalhousie University's new
    School of Biomedical Engineering. These positions are being
    created as part of a new graduate degree programme in Biomedical
    Engineering with the assistance of a Whitaker Foundation Special
    Opportunities award.

    Candidates must have an undergraduate engineering degree from an
    accredited program, a Ph.D., and preferably post-doctoral academic
    or industrial experience. They should also be eligible for
    registration as professional engineers in the province of Nova

    Research interests should lie in one or more of the following
    areas: (i) drug delivery systems, (ii) cellular mechanics,
    (iii) tissue or molecular engineering, or (iv) mechano-

    Successful candidates will be expected to contribute to the
    graduate teaching programs of the school. While startup funding is
    available, successful candidates will be expected to compete for
    external research funding.

    Applicants should submit: (i) a curriculum vitae, (ii) two to
    three reprints of recent publications, (iii) a one to two page
    statement outlining their research plans, and (iv) the names,
    addresses and internet addresses for three references to:

    Dr. J. Michael Lee,
    Interim Director,
    School of Biomedical Engineering,
    Dalhousie University,
    5981 University Avenue,
    Halifax, Nova Scotia,
    Canada B3H 3J5

    Closing date for receipt of applications will be July 15, 1999.

    Dalhousie University is an Employment Equity/Affirmative Action
    Employer. The University encourages applications from qualified
    Aboriginal Peoples, persons with a disability, racially visible
    people and women. In accordance with Canadian Immigration
    requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and
    permanent residents.

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    J. Michael Lee, Ph.D.
    Interim Director, School of Biomedical Engineering
    Chair, Department of Applied Oral Sciences
    Dalhousie University
    5981 University Avenue Voice902) 494-6734
    Halifax, Nova Scotia Fax: (9020 494-2527
    Canada B3H 3J5
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