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Associate Director for Responsive Agriculture
We are looking for a visionary, internationally renowned leader and scholar in agricultural sciences to serve as Associate Director for Responsive Agriculture for the IHA. This newly formed interdisciplinary institute will lead the nation in achieving the new expectations of the Agriculture-Food-Health system to promote human health, environmental health and economic health through research.
The Executive Asst will promote the success of the IHA providing executive level administrative support, including special events, projects, initiatives, and programs. This position provides support for the IHA associate directors as needed and includes the exercise of discretion and independent judgement with respect to matters of significance.
Scientific Chief of Staff – 1
The Scientific Chief of Staff, under general supervision, coordinates and supports, major research projects for the IHA leadership.
- Project management and coordination including grant submissions and follow up reporting.
- Copyediting scientific papers, proposals, reports
- Facilitating preparation of multi-author papers and proposals
- Creating boilerplate templates
- Preparing Quarterly reports
- Conduct budgetary analyses
- Manuscript formatting and submission
- Literature searches, curation, and creating summaries.
- Preparation of presentations and posters.
- Support administrative staff as needed as liaison between science and function.
Nutrition Research Assistant
The Research Assistant will assist the Program Director in supporting research conducted as part of Precision Nutrition.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate
Job Location: College Station, TX
A Postdoctoral Researcher position is available with the Stover Research Group at Texas A&M AgriLife Research at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Candidates should have experience in one or more of the following areas: mouse developmental biology, genetics, genomics, and molecular biology research and contribute to the Stover research group through conducting research, mentoring and publishing research findings. This will involve conducting metabolic and dietetic studies using a mouse strain that produces neural tube defects based upon folate status. The Stover Research Group studies folate-mediated one-carbon metabolism in cell culture and animal models, nuclear metabolism, communication among metabolites and the genome, the development of mouse models of neural tube defects, cancer and neuropathy.