The Bart Lab at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is seeking a graduating PhD student or postdoc to fill several postdoctoral positions. Collectively, we study the way that plants, microbes and the environment contribute to plant health. We work on several non-model organisms with a special emphasis on key food security crops and reducing agriculture’s contribution to climate change. Open projects are as follows: 1) We recently described a novel virus resistance locus from cassava, an important food security crop for millions of people (link). We are continuing that work using various plant, virus and experimental
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