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Research Entomologist / Molecular Biologist / Plant Pathologist
Position: The USDA - Agricultural Research Service, Crop Improvement and Protection Research Unit in Salinas, California is seeking a motivated and creative postdoctoral researcher (Research Entomologist, Molecular Biologist, or Plant Pathologist) for a USDA headquarters funded 2-year appointment with potential for extending based on funding and performance. The incumbent will be advised by Dr. Daniel Hasegawa (Research Entomologist) with a starting salary at the GS-11 level ($81,338 USD/year) plus 40% benefits. Based on the nature of the funding, the incumbent must be a current U.S. citizen and have received their Ph.D. in the last 5 years. Need: In recent years, impatiens necrotic spot virus (INSV), which is transmitted by the western flower th

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