The Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology has 29 tenure track faculty, with major emphases on plant genetics and plant pathology and includes plant breeders, plant physiologists, horticulturists, cereal chemists, entomologists, plant pathologists and plant molecular biologists. The departmental research focus on plant genetics provides excellent opportunities for collaboration. The Department and University have state-of-the-art facilities for genomics and proteomics in addition to excellent plant growth facilities.
Molecular Plant Pathologist Position Available
Research Chemist Position Announcement - ARS CCRU, Madison, WI
The announcement is for a research chemist vacancy at the USDA-ARS Cereal Crops Research Unit, Madison, Wisconsin. We are pleased that ARS is going forward with filling this position to work in research areas of high priority to barley stakeholders.
Research Plant Pathologist/Geneticist, Cereal Disease Research Unit/Laboratory in St. Paul, Minnesota
The incumbent is assigned to the Cereal Disease Research Unit/Laboratory in St. Paul, Minnesota. The Cereal Disease Laboratory is a national center and international point of contact for cereal rust and Fusarium head blight research with the objective of reducing damage caused by rusts and Fusarium head blight on small grain cereal crops. The incumbent leads investigations into the molecular basis of host-pathogen interactions as it relates to Fusarium head blight of barley.
Plant geneticist - BASF Belgium
Agriculture plays a fundamental role in fulfilling many of humanity's basic needs- food, feed, energy. To support growers and those who take care of our environment, BASF develops innovative solutions for farming, pest control and landscape management - so that we can effectively contribute to improving people's lives and business' demands. Come join us on our journey to create solutions for sustainable agriculture at the Innovation Center of BASF Belgium Coordination Center CommV in Gent, Belgium.