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Postdoctoral Associate in Weed Biology and Integrated Management with Texas A&M AgriLife Research in College Station, TX

Type of position Non tenure-track
Employer Texas A&M AgriLife Research
Location College Station, TX
Description of Location Texas A&M University, founded in 1876, is one of the few land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant academic institutions. With a total enrollment of over 75,000 students, with 20,000 of them being graduate students, Texas A&M is ranked one of the three largest universities in the nation. A&M offers 120+ undergraduate degrees, 240 graduate degrees and several professional degrees as options for study. The Department of Soil & Crop Sciences is one of the largest such departments in the nation and is preeminent throughout the world. More details on the university and academic life can be found at http://www.tamu.edu/student-life/index.html
Salary Competitive and commensurate with experience
Benefits Full benefits package, including health and retirement plan. The most recent benefits guide is available in the following link: http://tamus.edu/assets/files/benefits/pdf/GuideBooklet.pdf
Closing date of competition As soon as a suitable candidate is found
Date position available Immediately
Description of duties
  • The candidate will contribute to the development of integrated weed management tactics with particular focus on preventing/managing herbicide-resistant weeds.
  • Specific research areas include, but not limited to, weed ecology & biology and development of novel weed management tactics.
  • The candidate will collaborate with other A&M system scientists and colleagues at other institutions. We are an active partner of the https://growiwm.org/“>GROW and https://precisionsustainableag.org/“>PSA networks and opportunities exist for collaborating with other team members nationwide.
  • Preparation of research and outreach articles and publishing in peer-reviewed scientific journals and Extension outlets is an important expectation.
  • The candidate will contribute to securing extramural grant support to the program.
  • It is also expected that the candidate will assist and mentor graduate students in the research group.
Qualifications sought

PhD in weed science or closely related field, strong written and oral communication skills, and demonstrated publication record are required.

Contact for additional information Dr. Muthukumar Bagavathiannan
E-mail: [email protected]
Application procedure  
Submit what Submit
1. Curriculum Vitae
2. Names and contact details of three referees
Submit to [email protected]
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