Current Research Opportunities
We are using an integrated experimental/biocomputational approach to understand
the factors that regulate plant development and composition. A practical consequence
of this work is that it will affect our ability to use molecular technologies
to direct plants, a biorenewable energy source, to accumulate large quantities
of industrially-useful chemicals, and improve our food supply.
I have two research positions (graduate student and postdoctoral) open in
the areas of Plant Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, and Computational Biology.
I also have research opportunities for two motivated undergraduates with an
in bioinformatics and skills in computer science/mathematics.