Join the Team
Available graduate opportunities will be posted on the Clemson Assistantship Openings site. Prospective students should apply through the Clemson Graduate School Admissions page. Students are expected to pursue support from intramural or extramural fellowships throughout their graduate tenure.
As a member of our group, graduate students will gain knowledge in phenomics as it applies to plant breeding and genetics. Collaborations across multi-disciplinary research groups will be expected. We provide training through group meetings, individual meetings, and a supportive lab environment.
We welcome undergraduate students who are committed to research into our lab. We are happy to introduce and train undergraduates in aspects of genetics, phenotyping, and phenomics. If you are an undergraduate interested in discussing research opportunities please contact Trevor.
Our programming team is responsible for most of the code that goes into our apps, algorithms, and analytical pipelines. They are expected to maintain high standards of documentation, clarity, efficiency, and maintainability in their own code, and also help the other members of the lab achieve the same in their code.
Contact Trevor to be notified when job postings are available.
We regularly have research opportunities for postdoctoral level scientists who have experience in plant genetics and computer science. Available opportunities will be posted on here. To be considered, send Trevor a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, and contact information for three references.