Stanford, CA, USA
The Dinneny Lab at Stanford University is searching for 2 post-doctoral fellows interested in using biodiverse species to understand mechanisms of plant development and environmental adaptation.
Research projects will focus on the following goals: 1) To curate a collection of model systems across flowering plants that can be used by the community to address the physiological and molecular-genetic mechanisms associated with climate change and 2) To utilize gene editing approaches in the Brassicaceae family to explore how genomic context influences the expression of gene functions in a species.
Candidates that have experience in comparative plant biology or systematics, together with the use of molecular genetic approaches, are most encouraged to apply.
Anyone with an interest should reach out to Dr. Dinneny directly (email@example.com).