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Assistant Professor - Tenure Track: MSU-DOE PLANT RESEARCH LABORATORY
Michigan State University
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Posted: 26-Aug-21

Location: East Lansing, Michigan

Type: Full Time

Area of Focus:

Abiotic Interactions
Bioenergy
Biotic Interactions
Cell Biology
Computational Biology
Environmental Plant Biology
Gene Regulation
Genetics
Genomics
Growth Regulation
Metabolism
Molecular Biology
Physiology
Signals and Responses
Synthetic Biology
Systems Biology
Transport
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Internal Number: 722357

About Michigan State University
The MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory is a premier research institute embedded at Michigan State University and funded by the US Department of Energy and other funding bodies. Our mission is to discover how photosynthetic organisms work on the molecular level, in order, ultimately, to develop technologies that improve human lives.
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