Assistant Professor - Plant Form and Function in Fort Collins, CO for Biology Department at Colorado State University
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Assistant Professor - Plant Form and Function
The Department of Biology at Colorado State University, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, is seeking applications for an Assistant Professor researching plant form and function to enable creative solutions for a sustainable future. We are seeking an individual applying molecular biology-based research approaches to study plant metabolism, cell biology, physiology, and development. Potential areas of investigation could include, but are not limited to, the following: plant responses and adaptation to climate change and other abiotic stressors, mutualistic plant-microbe interactions, phytohormone signaling and development, plant metabolic engineering, or plant chromatin biology. The successful candidate will develop a research program that interfaces with an inte


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