Rachel Combs-GiroirPhD Graduate StudentTranslational Plant Sciences Graduate Program, Center for Applied Plant Sciences, The Ohio State University @RCombsGiroircombsemail@example.com
Moi aims to mentor creative scientists that apply evolutionary principles to solve global change problems
@MExpositoAlonso firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.comMoi's Google Scholar
Liza GautamPhD candidate, Breeding and GeneticsDr. John C. Sedbrook’s labSchool of Biological Science, Illinois State University (ISU) firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone- (309) 665-9543
Marcus GriffithsPostdoctoral AssociateDonald Danforth Plant Science Center, Chris Topp lab
The goal of my research is to understand the mechanisms behind abiotic stress tolerance with a focus on the root system and nutrient acquisition.
My passion is teaching excellence in plant breeding and genetics, applied statistics, and environmentally-sound and profitable agronomic practices.
David KainerR&D Staff ScientistComputational Systems BiologyOak Ridge National Laboratory, TN, USA David specialises in applying machine learning for integrating multi-omic datasets in order to explore the genomic basis of complex traits. email@example.comDavid’s Google Scholar ProfileDavid’s LinkedIn
firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice: (309) 298-1251 Winthrop's Google Scholar
Karen’s Google Scholar
John's Researchgate profile
Tarah’s Google Scholar
Jason ThomasPost Doctoral ResearcherDepartment of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution for Science Aims to improve plants for the benefit of people and the planet. email@example.com/in/jason-thomas-9378b7120orcid.org/0000-0002-7801-9006
Andrea GschwendPrincipal Investigator & Assistant Professor of Horticulture and Crop ScienceThe Ohio State University, Columbus, OH The Gschwend lab investigates the genetic basis of abiotic and biotic stress tolerance in crops and their wild relatives.
Gschwend.firstname.lastname@example.org://gschwendlab.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/homeAndrea's Google Scholar