Thank you for your interest in the N.C. State University Plants for Human Health Institute. We are very excited about our new growth opportunities at the N.C. Research Campus and hope to expand our team as we continue to recruit new faculty to the institute. As new positions become available, we will list details in this section.
Current Job Openings
- ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE/FULL PROFESSOR – SMALL FRUIT OR VEGETABLE GENETICIST/BREEDER (Click to Review or Apply)
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This position will be located in the Plants for Human Health Institute (PHHI) at the N.C. Research Campus in Kannapolis. The successful candidate’s research will focus on genetics, genomics, germplasm improvement and breeding of small fruits (strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, etc.) and/or vegetable crops. The candidate’s research program may include the use of genomic methods and strategies to link advances in genotyping, phenotyping and population and quantitative genetics theory to small fruit/vegetable improvement, particularly as it regards phytochemical constituents. The faculty member is expected to lead a genomics program in small fruits and/or vegetables.
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Living and Working in Kannapolis and the Charlotte Region
The Plants for Human Health Institute and the N.C. Research Campus, are located in Kannapolis, a thriving city of 43,000 located along the I-85 corridor just outside of Charlotte. A central point in the high-growth area north of Charlotte’s city center, Kannapolis is within 30 minutes from I-77, Uptown Charlotte, Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Davidson College and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.