Future development of advanced biotechnology will depend on a better fundamental understanding of complex cellular processes. The Department of Mathematics and the Biological Process Technology Institute at the University of Minnesota seek an individual engaged in modelling and analysis of self-organization and biocomplexity at the cellular level for a joint appointment. Possible areas of concentration include: protein folding, biocatalysis, functional genomics or proteomics, analysis of complex metabolic or gene control networks, and molecular evolution.
This will be a tenure-track or tenured position, with the level of
appointment to be commensurate with qualifications. Ph.D. in mathematics or
a related field is required by the beginning date of appointment. Salary
competitive. Consideration of applications will begin November 1, 2000 and
will continue until position is filled. Send curriculum vitae, description
of research, and a minimum 4 letters of recommendation to:
Professor Hans OthmerThe University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
School of Mathematics
University of Minnesota
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206 Church Street SE
Minneapolis MN 55455
Phone (612) 624-8325