The successful candidate will support research investigating the efficiency and efficacy of intelligent sprayer technology in controlling apple diseases and insect pests. They will be responsible for collating multi-state data from a four-year project, analyzing interpreting data, and preparing manuscripts. The successful candidate will be expected to collaborate with team members from out-of-state and in-state.
Work experience PhD; discipline plant pathology or related field; knowledge of R or another comparable statistical software; excellent oral and written communication skills
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