Stable Isotope Geochemistry


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Thu, 5 Feb 2004 11:15:11 -0800
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University of Southern California

Geobiology Program

The University of Southern California seeks applications for a
tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor position in Geobiology.  USC
is committed to the emerging field of Geobiology and has active research
programs in earth sciences, molecular biology, marine sciences,
chemistry, and physics, all of which have strong interactions with the
Geobiology program. The successful candidate is expected to establish an
active and funded research program in Geobiology with an emphasis on
his/her particular area of interest.  A Ph.D. in earth sciences,
biology, chemistry, or physics, is required, along with a desire to
promote and participate in interdisciplinary research and teaching.
Postdoctoral experience is encouraged.
In particular, we seek applicants in the following disciplines:

a.      Microbe-mineral interaction (biogenic dissolution-precipitation of
minerals, etc.)

b.      Novel isotopic or trace element systems applied to biogeologic questions

c.      Organic geochemistry (biomarkers, chirality, etc.)

The successful candidate will be housed in the department that best fits
her/his own specialty.  To foster interdisciplinary contact, some
laboratory/office space will be located jointly with other members of
the Geobiology research group.
Review of applications is ongoing and continue until the position is
filled.  The appointment will begin September 1, 2004 or later.
Applications should include a complete resume, statement of research
interests, statement of teaching experience and interests, and the
names, addresses, and e-mail of at least three references.

Applicants should apply to:

Dr. Kenneth H. Nealson
Geobiology Search Committee Chair
Department of Earth Sciences, Science Hall 223
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA, 90089-0740

Email correspondence to: Glen Smith - [log in to unmask]

USC is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

Douglas G. Capone
Wrigley Professor of Environmental Biology
Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies & Department of Biological
University of Southern California,  3616 Trousdale Parkway, AHF 108,
Los Angeles, California   90089-0371
Tel: 213-740-2772            Fax: 213-740-6720        [log in to unmask]