The USDA-ARS Grape Genetics Research Unit (GGRU) is pleased to announce the availability of several postdoctoral research positions in areas broadly related to genetic discoveries, trait development, and germplasm improvement. Disciplines include, but are not limited to, plant breeding, genetics, genomics and computational biology, plant pathology and physiology, biochemistry, agricultural engineering, machine learning, and gene editing. GGRU is co-located with Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, NY, where we work together to shape the future of specialty crop production. To apply, please send your CV and a one-page statement of how your scientific approach could impact future grape production to Lance.CadleDavidson@usda.gov or GanYuan.Zhong@usda.gov.
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