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Duke Pauli – Postdoctoral Associate

Over the past twenty years there has been an exponential increase in the technology for acquiring and analyzing genotypic data but unfortunately this has not been in parallel with phenotyping technologies. As study populations become ever-larger, on the order of...

Christine Diepenbrock – Graduate Student

I am conducting genomic selection for provitamin A content in diverse maize panels, and working to characterize the effects of combined drought and heat stress on maize physiology and micronutrient content. I have joined the effort to develop high-throughput,...

James Clohessy – Research Support Specialist

Utilizing my prior experience in designing and developing real-time Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software solutions for use in emergency management applications, I now apply these skills toward advancing high throughput plant phenotyping techniques. I am...

James Chamness – Research Support Specialist

As an undergraduate studying Computational Biology and Plant Breeding, I joined the Gore lab in October 2015. My research goals are to improve the performance and quality of staple crops under diverse environmental, agronomic, and economic constraints. A programmer by...

Elodie Gazave – Research Associate

A biology major and self-taught bioinformatician, my main interest goes to understanding how genomes evolve and how DNA variation creates phenotypic differences. In the past, I have applied my skills to decipher some of the mysteries of human genetics and complex...

Maryn Carlson – Research Support Specialist

Oats contain beta-glucans and unsaturated fats beneficial to human and animal health. However, not all oats are created equal. My research identifies genes associated with variation in oat nutritional and metabolite composition utilizing a genome-wide association...