USDA-ARS Office of Natural Programs is again seeking applicants for the position of ARS National Program Leader, Grain Crops. The incumbent will lead and coordinate ARS grain crop (corn, sorghum, wheat, barley, oats, and other cereal grains) production, and protection research. Duty station is Beltsville, MD. Remote work ineligible. Salary $148,484 - $176,300 per year. Interested parties should consult USAjobs.gov for position #677175300 for all job information.
September 2022 Iowa State University, Ames, IA
The Dr. A.K. Singh and Dr. Arti Singh lab at Iowa State University is looking for a Post-doctoral fellow in breeding and statistics. The Post-doctoral fellow in will contribute to the soybean and plant-based protein crop breeding programs by conducting experiments related to study of plant genetics, physiology, stress responses, breeding methods, quantitative genetics, and statistics
August 2022 Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri
The Yong-Qiang Charlens An lab in the Danforth Plant Science Center is looking for multiple candidates for a Postdoctoral/Research Scientist positions. The candidates will develop genomics and data science technologies and tools for soybean QTL gene discovery and molecular breeding and apply inter-disciplinary approaches to understand molecular basis and genomic diversity underlying seed quality traits. For additional information about the positions, please contact Dr. An.
Funded by the USDA-ARS. Developed by the USDA-ARS SoyBase and Legume Clade Database group at the Iowa State University, Ames, IA