Welcome! Our primary research focus is the study of flowering time and seed development in plants. These two processes determine reproductive timing and fruit/seed generation, contributing to human and animal nutritional needs by way of quality and yield. We examine these developmental features in the context of plant response under conditions of abiotic stress such as salt, drought and photoperiod. More info...


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Job posting: Plant Pathway and Gene Network curator position at Postdoc scholar level

Pathway database called Plant Reactome (http://plantreactome.gramene.org) has an immediate opening for a full-time biocurator to annotate plant metabolic, signaling and regulatory pathways. The successful candidate will be a recent PhD (within 0-5 years) in one or more areas of biochemistry, molecular biology, gene regulation, plant biology, epigenetics, bioinformatics, gene expression and related fields including the use of NGS technology.

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Job posting: Postdoctoral Scholar Position Available- Biocuration and Ontology Development for Plant Genomics and Phenomics

The Jaiswal Lab (Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Oregon State University) has available an immediate full-time job opening at the level of Postdoctoral Scholar for a Biocurator-Ontology Developer for the Planteome Project (http://www.planteome.org/).