Postdoc and PhD Student Positions: The Plant Nematology Lab at Purdue University, led by Dr. Lei Zhang, invites applications for a Postdoc and a PhD student position. The lab focuses on basic and translational nematology research to develop novel methodologies for effective nematode management. The research encompasses plant resistance to nematodes, plant-nematode-microbe interactions, and nematode biology at various levels. The lab has a strong publication record in prestigious journals, including Nature Plants, PLOS Pathogens, Molecular Plant Pathology, and Plant Disease.
Postdoc and PhD Student Positions in Plant-Pest-Microbe Interactions at Purdue University
|Designation||Postdoc and PhD Student Positions in Plant-Pest-Microbe Interactions|
|Research Area||Plant Nematology, Molecular Plant-Pest/Microbe Interactions|
|Location||Purdue University, Department of Botany & Plant Pathology, USA|
|Eligibility/Qualification||Candidates with a strong interest in molecular plant-pest/microbe interactions, Prior research experience in plant-parasitic nematodes is NOT required.|
|Salary and Benefits||Commensurate with the qualifications of the candidate|
|How to Apply||Email a CV and a cover letter summarizing research interests to Dr. Lei Zhang (email@example.com)|
|Last Date for Apply||Applications are currently being screened and will be considered until the positions are filled. Please check the official website for the most accurate information.|
The successful candidates will have opportunities to be trained in various aspects of plant nematology. Individuals with a strong interest in molecular plant-pest/microbe interactions are encouraged to apply. The screening of applications has commenced and will continue until the positions are filled. Interested candidates should submit their applications to Dr. Lei Zhang via email.