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- To begin approximately April 2017 or soon thereafter, renewal dependent upon satisfactory performance and availability of funds.
- Conduct independent research on the taxonomy and systematics of pest fruit flies using nucleic acids and genomic methods to improve detection and identification of tephritid pests.
- Investigate and implement new molecular-based technologies to diagnose tephritid pests and to examine phylogenetic concepts for several subgenera of Tephritid fruit flies.
- Conduct statistical analysis of genetic data sets to examine population structure and dynamics.
- Intensive curation of specimens used in experimental studies.
- Creation and cataloguing of nucleic acids and genetic data records for insect specimens.
- Present data at national and international meetings.
- Publication of results in peer-reviewed, scientific journals.
- Participate in cooperative agreement, grant and fellowship applications and reports.
- Mentor graduate students and colleagues in research and publication pathways.
- Public outreach, as necessary, related to the project and dissemination of results.
- Master’s degree in entomology or related field from a college or university of recognized standing.
- Facility with genomic approaches for phylogenetics
- Accuracy, alertness, and adaptability.
- Ph,D, in Entomology or related field from a college of university of recognized standing.
- Demonstrated experience in insect genetics to examine population biology and structure.
- Demonstrated experience in wet-lab molecular biology, genetics.
- Evidence of high quality scientific publications and presentations on use of nucleic acids for species identification.
- Expertise in the application of techniques used for insect taxonomy and the use of characters for species identification and description.
- Demonstrated record of publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals related to arthropod taxonomy or diagnosis.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, and strong interpersonal skills.
- Dr. Daniel Rubinoff
- College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
- Department of Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences
- 3050 Maile Way, Gilmore 310
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Dr. Daniel Rubinoff; 808-956-8432; email@example.com
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