A tenure track job related to bioinformatics and plants or plant/pathogen interactions is available at Kansas State University. Review of applications will begin on November 23.
The successful candidate is expected to develop an independent, externally funded research program in bioinformatics and computational biology with an emphasis on the genomics of plants, microbes, and/or their interactions. Kansas State University has faculty with dynamic research programs in the genomics of plants, microbes, their interactions, and related areas, many of whom are engaged with the Integrated Genomics Facility (IGF) and Bioinformatics Center. The successful candidate is expected to develop a research program that complements these programs, and to collaborate with faculty, staff and students in the department and across campus in the design of experiments and the analysis of experimental data.