[3dem] Tenure track position at University of Wisconsin-Madison

Marisa Otegui otegui at wisc.edu
Thu Aug 28 10:54:40 PDT 2014

Professor in Biochemistry at UW-Madison: Imaging Molecules

 Breakthroughs in the imaging of molecules at
increased spatial or temporal resolution have linked classical biochemistry
with studies at the cellular and organismal level. The Biochemistry Department at the University
of Wisconsin-Madison (www.biochem.wisc.edu(http://www.biochem.wisc.edu/))
seeks to hire an Assistant Professor (tenure track) in this area. The successful candidate will utilize
state-of-art imaging methods to advance important areas in biochemistry,
structural biology, cell biology or physiology. Approaches include but are not limited to: cryo-EM or correlative
light-EM; electron tomography; super-resolution, single molecule or light sheet
microscopy; atomic force microscopy; imaging with novel fluorescent or optical

We seek individuals who
employ these methods to address key issues concerning biological molecules,
machines, and structures. The successful
candidate will be expected to develop a vigorous, extramurally-funded research
program, and to participate in teaching in the Department. Attractive recruitment packages include
start-up funding, salary support, state-of-art core facilities, exceptional laboratory space, access to vibrant graduate training
programs, and a collegial and collaborative environment. Applicants should submit PDF files of
curriculum vitae with summary of research accomplishments, description of
future research program and teaching interests, and letters from three
references to jobs at biochem.wisc.edu
by October 15, 2014.

Marisa Otegui
Departments of Botany and Genetics
B119 Birge Hall
430 Lincoln Drive
Madison, WI 53706
Lab webpage http://www.botany.wisc.edu/otegui/welcome.html

Phone: (608)265-5703
Fax: (608)262-7509
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