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Subject: Faculty Position: Physiological Ecologist
From: Paul Leberg <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 18 Jan 2001 13:07:38 -0600
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Please accept my apology for any cross postings.

The Department of Biology, University of Louisiana at Lafayette invites
applications for a tenure-track faculty position in support of our doctoral
program in Environmental and Evolutionary Biology. We seek a PHYSIOLOGIST or
PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGIST  of non-mammalian vertebrates, aquatic or terrestrial.
Preferred research areas include reproductive, nutritional, or metabolic
physiology, with possible expertise in biochemical adaptation or bioenergetics.
The position is intended for an Assistant or Associate Professor and offers a
competitive salary. The successful candidate is expected to have post-doctoral
experience, develop an active research program, pursue extramural funding and
participate in undergraduate and graduate education.

The Department of Biology (see http://www.louisiana.edu/Departments/BIOL/)
consists of 30 faculty, with research interests ranging from molecular to
ecosystem studies, with 40 doctoral and 30 masterís students. Departmental
resources are supplemented by specialized equipment and laboratories provided in
the University's Microscopy Center, Center for Advanced Computing Studies,
Primate Research Center, Center for Environmental and Energy Studies, Laboratory
for Crustacean Research, Center for Molecular Evolution, and Center for Ecology
and Environmental Technology.  Resources and adjunct faculty are also provided
through
affiliations with the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON, which
provides marine laboratory and vessel access), the USGS National Wetlands
Research Center, and the NOAA Estuarine Habitats and Coastal Fisheries Research
Center.

Applicants should submit curriculum vitae, selected reprints, a concise
statement of research goals, and names, addresses, e-mail addresses, and
telephone numbers of at least three referees. Review of applications will begin
1 February 2001 and continue until the positions are filled. Direct application
to: Faculty Development Search Coordinator, Department of Biology, University of
Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette LA 70504-2451. AA/EOE.

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