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Postdoctoral Researcher -Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of insecticide resistance
A postdoctoral position is available in the Insect Agroecology and Evolution Lab in the Department of Plant and Soil Science at the University of Vermont (UVM), led by Prof. Yolanda Chen, in collaboration with Prof. Sean Schoville at the University of Wisconsin (UW), Prof. Stephanie McKay (UVM) and Prof. Russell Groves (UW).   Summary: Agricultural insect pests show a remarkable ability to evolve resistance to insecticides. Although insecticide resistance is widely considered to be inevitable, the evolutionary processes underlying the evolution of insecticide resistance remain poorly understood. One possible explanation is that insecticide exposure may alter epigenetic modifications, which alter heritable patterns of gene expression without actually


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