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Associate/Full Professor in Plant Biology
The University of Missouri (MU) in Columbia, Missouri and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center (DDPSC) in St. Louis, Missouri have partnered to address global challenges in plant biology, to facilitate fundamental scientific discoveries, and to enable the translation of these discoveries into solutions for agriculture. Infrastructure investments that include a new $28 million plant growth facility in Columbia and a new $47 million research wing in St. Louis facilitate interdisciplinary plant science. This alliance represents a unique opportunity to collaborate with the vibrant plant research programs at both locations and to enhance coordinated, inter-institutional efforts in plant biology. The new faculty member will be located on the University of Missouri campus, and will


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