The person in this position will be responsible for experiments designed to improve detection and management of blackleg and soft rot pathogens of potato, including Dickeya and Pectobacterium species. These two bacterial pathogens are the main bacterial pathogens of potato and cause disease annually in the 70,000 acres of potato grown in Colorado. They are also among the most important bacterial pathogens of potato worldwide. The incumbent will also assist in outreach activities related to this project.
The job is at Colorado State University. Click here to find out more information or to apply.