Ph.D. - 2011 | Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics | UW-Madison
B.S. - 2005 | Biochemistry | UW-Madison
I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Minnesota with a joint appointment in the labs of Cory Hirsch and Nathan Springer. I am currently studying the role of transposable elements on the regulation of gene expression in response to abiotic stress in maize.
Ph.D. - 2016 | Integrative Genetics and Genomics | UC-Davis
B.S. - 2011 | Genetics | Iowa State University
I am a PhD student majoring in Applied Plant Sciences. I am currently researching high-throughput phenotyping methods to identify and characterize plant disease using hyperspectral imagery data.
M.S. - 2017 | Applied Plant Sciences | University of Minnesota
B.S. - 2014 | Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology | Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
I am working in the Hirsch lab on a project to develop a high-throughput phenotyping system for corn seedlings using RGB and hyperspectral imaging, in order to study response to abiotic and biotic stresses.