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Postdoc Position in Plant Pathology – Italy

Postdoc in Plant Pathology

Description : The researcher will work in the ENVIROCHANGE project (Global change and sustainable management of agriculture in highly developed mountain environment) and will develop experiments and research on plant/pathogen-parasite/antagonists interactions and their dependency on climate change. Tasks: Experiments under lab (microbiology and molecular biology) and greenhouse controlled conditions. Supervision of research activities on the effect of climate change on crops and pests.

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Homepage : Post doc
Category : PhD in molecular biology, possibly in topics related to agronomy or ecology

Contact address : Via Mach 1, San Michele all’Adige (TN), Italy

Keywords : Pathology, entomology, molecular biology, biotechnology, gene ex-pression, side effects

Name : Daniele Barbacovi
Email : [email protected]

15 comments

  1. najmeh auobi says:

    I am 25 years old . I am doing my Msc plant pathology on Biological control phytophthora by Trichoderma in Plant Protection Reseach Institue of Iran . I will graduate as soon as. I am looking to continue my study at other cuntry .
    I would be greatful if my application is considered.

    Thanking you

  2. Gokil Prasad Gangwar says:

    i m a Ph.D. scholar in deptt of plant pathology, G.B.Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar. INDIA. i m about to submit my thesis within a month and wish to join post doc. my aim to work in multi displinary team so i can get chance to learn. i wish to serve small and marginal farmers of my own country. for this purpose first i want to get experience to work in an international project which help me understand global scenerio for development of small and marginal farmers. i also want to know about the global agencies working for the development of small and marginal farmer.

  3. Md. Saiful Alam says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    I am an agriculturist and taking my PhD degree from Institute of Environmental Science, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. I have successfully completed 10 courses on Enviornmental Science. The title of my thesis is Effectiveness of Nuclear Polyhedrosis Virus on controlling Helicoverpa armigera as an alternative biopesticide. There are 4 experiments in my research. I have all through first class from Secondary School Certificate to MS. I have 4 full scientific publications in different journals. Very soon I submit my thesis. Due to the fellow of Environmental Sceince and my research work on Plant Pathology, so I can compete for the post doc post.

    I welcome any opportunity to discuss about my comments with you and I look forward to hear from you.

    Yours sincerely,
    Saiful Alam
    Bangladesh

  4. priyanka says:

    hello,i m doing my MSc plant pathology from India(native).I want to persue my Phd from any good foriegn university under a nice scholorship program.I would be thankfull to u if u help me for the same.

  5. BINA says:

    I am first division holder both secondary and higher secondary levels. I obtained first class first in honours level.Now i am going to submit M.Phil thesis named Phytochemical investigation on oyster mushroom(pleurotus ostreatus) from Dhaka University, Bangladesh. I am a lecturer of a degree college. I REQUESTED U TO GET Ph.D FULL FUND SCHOLARSHIP.My E-mail address:[email protected]

  6. M.Pandiyan says:

    Respected Sir/Madam
    greetings

    I am Dr.M.Pandiyan, PhD., working as Associate
    Professor Plant Breeding and Genetics. Tamil Nadu
    Agricultural University, National Pulses Research
    Centre, Vamban. Tamil Nadu. India

    I developed interspecific derivative line which is immune to yellow mosaic
    virus resistance confirmed with SSR primers and agro infection test

    In India, Legume crops are second major crop next to
    paddy and wheat particularly greengram Vigna
    radiata(mungbean)and blackgram Vigna mungo
    (urdbean)are main pulse crops. Now in these crop
    highly affected by YELLOW MOSAIC VIRUS disease. we
    have resistant varieties in blackgram. In case of
    greengram at present there is no resistant variety in
    india . I kept in mind that problems, for eradication
    of this serious disease i studied well of Vigna wild
    species. i found one species that is Vigna umbellata
    has 100 per cent resistant at field condition
    thoughout the year for eight years of my observation
    and agro infection test also it found resistant against yellow mosaic virus.
    I used this wild species to
    improve greengram (gene transfer methodology through
    conventional breeding) I have developed mapping
    population in this crop. i have 187 lines as
    population for Yellow mosaic virus disease (Vigna
    radiata x Vigna umbellata). out of 187 lines, 3 lines
    showed complete yellow mosaic virus resistant
    particularly one line very good yield potential with
    high level of ymv resistant like male parent. the
    phenotype of this plant is female and pods characters
    are male.

    Now i checked and confirmed polymorphism of this resistant line by adzuki
    bean markers at NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AGROBIOLOGICAL SCIENCE, GENE BANK
    LABORATORY,TSUKUBA, JAPAN. by MAS method

    I need to analysis remaining 186 lines and i tag the resistant genes and i
    also construct map.
    If I get post doctorial fellowship i will do it further which will be
    usefull to all mungbean breeders where this yellow mosaic
    problem is found. if i get permission from you i bring the materials and
    test it there and share it. Apart from this cross combination i am being
    conventional breeder now i am involving molecular breeding
    I have developed greengram x silvestris, Greengram x
    glabresense, greengram x trilobata and blackgrams x
    silvestris for ymv disease resistant population.
    kindly give ur valuable suggestion

    I am also involving depatment of biotechnology ,India
    project on development of mungbean yellow mosaic
    virus resistant gene analoge and mapping population

    If i get chance definitely i will do better my level
    best

    if i get green signal i will send my full biodata. no .of paper published 35 recent publication within five years is 20

    thank you

  7. Adel Kamel Madbouly says:

    Dear Sir
    I’m a lecturer in Microbiology Dept. (Plant Pathology ), Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.. My Master study was on the diagnosis and identification of Ralstonia solanacearum, the causal agent of potato wilt disease. During my M.Sc. study I worked on several novel and rapid techniques for the identification of this pathogenic bacterium. My Ph.D study was on the biocontrol of potato wilt disease caused by pathogenic F. oxysporum and stem canker disease caused by Rhizoctonia solani through the use of antagonistic bioagents (bacteri, actinomycetes, yeasts and mould fungi). I did the majority of my Ph.D work in ISPA, CNR, Bari, Italy under the supervision of a senior researcher called Dr Maurizio Vurro.
    I am looking forward to having a position and a postdoctoral study in your institute. Beside I learned the basics of Italian language and my study was in english language.
    It honors me to having a position and complete my postdoctoral researches in your institute.
    Dr. Adel Kamel Madbouly
    [email protected]

  8. Dear Sir
    Sub: Application for the Post of Scientist/ Post doc in Plant Pathology
    Dear Sir,
    It is my great pleasure to introduce myself as Md. Mamunur Rashid, is already being selected as Professor from Bangladesh. I have submitted my Ph.D dissertation (May, 2008) in the same University of my working place entitled ‘ DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTHY SEED PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF RADISH (Raphanus sativus L.). I have completed my Ph.D. work under the supervision of Professor Dr. Ismail Hossain, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. I am working in the Department of Plant Pathology, Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science and Technology University, Dinajpur, Bangladesh since 1990. I have more than 6 years research experience in areas of Alternaria on crucifers (Mustard, radish, cabbage, cauliflower) in relation to identification and control by chemicals, changing date of sowing and biological means. Moreover I have one year experience in identification of seed-borne pathogens under DGISP, Copenhagen, Demark. As it relates to my Ph.D work, I am enthusiastically attracted to research in Mycology, I am looking forward to take up my career in seed-borne pathogens in relation to identification, diseases, control and molecular research. With this motive I am awaiting in favour of your kind perusal and consideration for the same. I am looking forward to hear from you soon on the matter at the earliest. Please let me know the present situation.
    Thanking you in anticipation
    Yours sincerely
    Md. Mamunur Rashid
    Email: [email protected]

  9. Vahid Rahjoo says:

    Dear sirs!

    I am 37, have Ph.D.degree in Plant Pathology graduated in 2006 at University of Tehran,Iran.I am so interested in pursuing my research abroad especially in Italy. I think the postdoc position in your Lab is very appropriate for my field. So I request you to offer me the chance for the competition.
    I am looking forward to hearing frm you soon.
    Sincerely yours
    Vahid Rahjoo

  10. Adel Kamel Madbouly says:

    I have a Ph.D in plant pathology.My Ph.D thesis was about the biological control of potato diseases caused by Rhizoctonia solani and Fusarium oxysporum using active and effective rhizosphere microorganisms (mould fungi,bacteria and yeast fungi).
    May I have a postdoctoral free fellowship in Italy. It is to be mentioned hat I did most of my Ph.D research in CNR-ISPA, Bari,Italy.

  11. Birhanu Getu says:

    I would like to continue my carrier with any economics field under ( postgratuate). I gratuated from Unity University in Economics Addis Ababa

  12. Macha chamargachew Takele says:

    I am a women Ethiopian,have Msc Degree from Havana university in the field of Biochemistry. Curently I am working in Addis Ababa Environmental protection Authority in Environmental laboratory , using my profesion.So I Needto apdated my field using new techniology,
    I am lucking forwardto hear you son.

  13. Abebaw Zeleke says:

    Dear sirs!

    I am 34, have MSc.degree in Farm forestry graduated in 2006 at WondoGenet college of Forestry in Ethiopia. Currently I am working in local NGO/ Organization for Rehabilitation and Development in Amhara (ORDA)/ as agro-forestry expert. I am eager to continue my PhD education. The post is also appropriate for my field. So I request you to offer me the chance for the competition.
    I am looking forward to hear you soon.
    Thanks
    Abebaw
    [email protected]

  14. Zianeyenesh says:

    I have 4 years experience as in Export Department. I have a Diploma for Secretarial Science and Office Management .I am interested to learn BA Degree program Business Administration, Management or Accounting. Kindly ask for scholarship to help me. My mobile phone 00251-91-171 71 41

  15. Hailemichael Shewa says:

    I have a BA degree in English, I have another BA degree in Management, and I have a master’s degree in curriculum, all from Addis Ababa University of Ethiopia. If I get fully-funded position I want to study your offer.

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