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Faculty Positions

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Post-doctoral Positions

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Postdoctoral
Research
Associate 

University
of Florida
Southwest
Florida
Research and
Education
Center
Immokalee, FL

Two postdoctoral positions are available in
Dr. Jawwad Qureshi’s entomology program at the
University of Florida Southwest Florida Research and
Education Center, Immokalee, FL. Research will focus on
developing integrated and sustainable management
programs for Asian citrus psyllid in citrus. Work involves
travelling to multiple locations (2-3 hours drive one side) on
regular basis for project related activities including
maintenance of the experimental plots, working with staff
and collection of data. Experience in insect behavior,
ecology, IPM and statistics is required. Candidates are
expected to publish peer reviewed and extension articles and
prepare reports and presentation to deliver to clientele. 

 

To apply, send a cover letter,
CV, sample publications and
contact information for 3
professional references to
Dr. Qureshi (jawwadq@ufl.edu). 


Staff Positions

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OPS Positions

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SUMMER
RESEARCH
OPPORTUNITY
(P/T or F/T OPS)

Starting early
April 2019  

Insect Ecology
on Urban Trees
& Effects of
Plant Diversity
in Lawns

We are looking for an enthusiastic & hard worker(s)
to assist with two research projects:

Insect ecology on urban trees

  • Watering street trees, measuring drought stress,
    and surveying for insects

Effects of hostplant genotypic diversity on
arthropod communities

  • Greenhouse and field work to assess insect
    pests and natural enemies

Applicant:

  • Must have a valid driver’s license,
    be able to lift 50 lbs, and be
    comfortable driving a large truck
  • Must be prepared for fieldwork under hot,
    humid conditions
  • Insect ID a major plus 

For more information please contact:
Nicole Benda, PhD
352.273.3980
nbenda@ufl.edu

Adam Dale Lab
https://dalelab.org/


   

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