The Gill lab is seeking a motivated candidate to conduct original and innovative research in wheat genetics with emphasis on cytoplasmic male sterility and the mapping of fertility restorer genes in bread wheat. Plan and implement research and analyze data for wheat trait mapping, germplasm development, crop improvement, and durable control of wheat diseases such as leaf rust, stem rust, and yellow rust.
Participation in preparation of data for presentation at scientific meetings and for publication in scientific journals will be necessary. Help students and visiting scientists with their projects.
Required Education: MS in plant sciences, genetics or molecular biology and two years experience
Preferred Education: PhD in plant sciences, genetics or molecular biology. Bioinformatic skills for routine genetic/genomic applications
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