Hedmark University, Norway: New vacancy for Prof. of molecular genetics
Hedmark University College’s Strategic Plan for 2004-2006 prioritizes Biotechnology, both as a research-based program of study and an area for research and development, preferably in cooperation with other faculties within the college and/or with local biotechnology companies. The municipality of Hamar, along with regional businesses, is sponsoring a new Biotechnology Building that will also house offices and laboratories of several biotechnology-related businesses and organizations in addition to those required by our faculty for teaching and research purposes.
In connection with its relocation to the Hamar Campus and opening of the new Biotechnology Building, the Faculty of Agriculture & Natural Sciences is proud to announce a vacancy for a Professor in Molecular Genetics, needed for early appointment. The position has been made possible trough financial contributions/fundings from Sparebanken Hedmark.
The professorship will have a particular responsibility to strengthen the faculty’s research in molecular genetics. Model organisms under study may include mammals or fish, microorganisms associated with them and/or microbes related to food safety and quality.
The closing date for applications is the 7th of Feb, 2005.
Read more here.
News Source: Hedmark University, Norway