Freitag, 19. Oktober 2007

NYU Faculty Position, Biophysical chemistry

Dear Colleagues,
NYU is searching to fill a faculty position in biophysical chemistry, broadly defined. Biophysical NMR spectroscopy is an option greatly favored. I would therefore be grateful if you could pass on the attached announcement to potentially interested
candidates. The ad is currently running in several publications. For junior candidates, I also recommend arranging for reference letters, even though the ad says only to list names. This would facilitate the process due to the late deadline. As mentioned in the ad, we would also consider senior applicants for this position and would welcome your suggestions.
Thank you very much
Alexej Jerschow

junior or senior

The Department of Chemistry at New York University, located in Greenwich Village in lower Manhattan, invites applications for a faculty position in experimental biophysical chemistry. Strong candidates in other fields of experimental chemistry will also be considered, especially in areas of nanoscience and materials chemistry. The appointment will begin in the Fall of 2008, pending final administrative and budgetary approval.

All ranks will be considered, but applications from junior faculty candidates are preferred. The Department is embarking on a significant growth plan that includes the creation of the Molecular Design Institute, the recent hire of two senior-level faculty with more anticipated, and expansion of laboratory and instrumentation facilities. Applicants should have a very strong research record and a commitment to teaching. Applications should include a curriculum vita, a list of publications, a statement of future original research and teaching plans, and the names of at least three references. Application review will begin on November 15, 2007. Therefore, to guarantee full consideration complete applications should be sent by this date to

Faculty Search Committee
Department of Chemistry, New York University
100 Washington Square East, New York, NY 10003

NYU encourages applications from women and members of minority groups.