[Histonet] Microscopist position available, U of Richmond

Gary Radice gradice <@t> richmond.edu
Mon Apr 5 13:10:39 CDT 2004

Hello everyone,
Please forward if you know someone who might be interested.

Gary Radice

Director of Microscopy and Imaging
University of Richmond

The Department of Biology at this highly selective, private, primarily 
undergraduate university invites applications for a Director of 
Microscopy and Imaging. Duties including supervising operation of a new 
biological imaging facility, including operation and routine 
maintenance of a TEM, SEM, and laser scanning confocal microscope and 
associated equipment. Teaching responsibilities include training and 
supervising faculty and student users in research and classroom 
activities and courses based on interests and department needs; 
assisting faculty and students in experimental design, specimen 
preparation, digital photography, and analysis of results.
Qualifications: MS or PhD degree and experience with light and electron 
microscopy and digital imaging, strong interpersonal skills and desire 
and ability to work well in a team environment. This is a continuing 
appointment that is not eligible for tenure but may include faculty 
Applications including a letter of interest, CV, evidence of expertise 
in microscopy, and three letters of recommendation should be sent to 
Dr. Gary Radice, Department of Biology, University of Richmond, 
Richmond VA 23173 (gradice <@t> richmond.edu). Review of applications will 
begin on April 23, 2004. The appointment is expected to begin June 1, 
The University of Richmond is committed to increasing the diversity of 
our faculty and strongly encourages applications from women and 
minorities. For more information on the department, resources, and 
teaching assignment, see (http://biology.richmond.edu/)

Gary P. Radice			gradice <@t> richmond.edu
Department of Biology	804-289-8107 (voice)
University of Richmond	804-289-8233 (FAX)
Richmond VA 23173	http://www.richmond.edu/~gradice

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