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- To begin August 1, 2013, for best consideration all application materials should be received by December 28, 2012.
- Develop a strong, externally-funded research program to address the interactions between plants and fungal pathogens, including but not limited to the diagnosis of invasive and agrosecurity fungi using molecular approaches, and the development of environmentally-sound management strategies to control fungal diseases of horticultural, agronomic, landscape or forest plants important in Hawai‘i.
- Support and contribute to the instructional mission of the department by teaching an introductory course in plant pathology, teach and develop appropriate graduate and undergraduate courses in the department, as well as participate in the tropical plant pathology graduate program by teaching, supervising and mentoring graduate students.
- Provide service to the college, university and community.
- Ph.D. from a college or university of recognized standing in Plant Pathology or a related discipline. ABD candidates may be considered, but all degree requirements must be completed at the time of hire.
- Research experience in host-pathogen interactions as demonstrated by publications in peer-reviewed journals.
- Demonstrated ability as a teacher.
- Post-doctoral research experience in host-fungal interactions.
- Teaching experience at the university level.
- Evidence of successful grantsmanship
- Department of Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences
- College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
- University of Hawaii at Manoa
- 3050 Maile Way, Gilmore 310
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Brent Sipes; 808-956-6737; firstname.lastname@example.org
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