The Crop Adaptation Lab at Colorado State University is seeking a postdoctoral fellow with expertise in plant stress physiology and genetics. The primary responsibility of the postdoc will be to develop and test hypotheses on the adaptive value of putative climate-adaptive alleles in sorghum, a key global food security crop, using physiological and genetic approaches in field and controlled-environment experiments. The postdoc will also collaborate with a team of postdocs at CSU, Penn State, and CERAAS-Senegal to identify putative climate-adaptive alleles in sorghum from genome resequencing and evolutionary functional genomics; and contribute to development of molecular breeding technology that will allow African breeding programs to d
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