Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Plant-Microbe Interactions in Columbia, MO for University of Missouri-Columbia Campus
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Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Plant-Microbe Interactions
The Division of Biological Sciences (DBS) at the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) seeks an outstanding individual with an innovative and integrative research program focused on plant-microbe interactions, that would extend and complement existing faculty strengths in DBS. We recognize the need for fostering a diverse and inclusive community, in order to achieve our core values of excellence in education and research and we will review applications specifically with this goal in mind. We seek an individual using cutting-edge molecular, cellular, and/or genetic approaches to develop a mechanistic understanding of the interactions between plants and microorganisms.  Areas of interest include but

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