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"Separating genes from gene-like sequences in maize and sorghum" - James Schnable

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 12:20pm

Emerson Hall, 135

James Schnable

Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

James Schnable is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He received his PhD in Plant Biology from UC Berkeley in 2012.

Research Focus

Research in the Schnable Lab@UNL in an interdisciplinary business. Our projects involving collaborations with engineers, computer scientists, statisticians, and food scientists. Current work in the lab focuses on three major overlapping areas: linking genotype and phenotype across grass species, automated plant phenotyping, and engineering the human gut microbiome using plant metabolites.

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Event Type

Seminar

Departments

Plant Breeding and Genetics

Tags

CALScomm, pbg, sips

Website

https://plbrgen.cals.cornell.edu/

Hashtag

#cornellseminar

Contact E-Mail

tln2@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Tara Reed

Contact Phone

607-255-2131

Speaker

James Schnable

Speaker Affiliation

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Dept. Web Site

https://plbrgen.cals.cornell.edu/

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