Assistant Professor – Molecular Genetics of Weeds and Invasive Species
This is a 12-month, tenure track appointment. The successful candidate will conduct research in molecular genetics and genomics of weeds and invasive plants, including efforts to develop novel biotechnologies for weed management. Teach a graduate class in Herbicide Mode of Action and Behavior in Plants and a new course in molecular tools in weed science research (taught in alternative years), depending on the candidate’s expertise and departmental priorities. Develop a nationally and internationally recognized, collaborative, and extramurally funded program that advances scholarly leadership and outputs to accelerate weed management outcomes through genetics, genomics, and molecular biology. Application: to see the full content of the announcement and a
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