Assistant Professor, School of Integrative Plant Science Plant Breeding and Genetics Section
My background is in plant and animal breeding with a focus on advanced modeling and computational science for improving the efficiency of breeding programs and increasing understanding of complex traits.
Increasing understanding of genotype by environmental interactions
My lab conducts research to develop and implement advanced modeling and informatics capabilities to improve decision making and understanding of complex traits. Currently the lab is focused on bioenergy, genomic selection, phenomics, and increasing understanding of genotype by environmental interactions. My lab works with multiple crops and research is conducted in collaboration with breeding programs in the United States, Africa, and Asia.
Eight graduate students from 1890 land grant institutions across the United States have been selected as part of the inaugural cohort of Thomas Wyatt Turner Fellows at Cornell University. Representing a wide range of research specialties...
Biological and Environmental Engineering
Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
Michael Gore, the Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor and chair of the Plant Breeding and Genetics Section of the School of Integrative Plant Science (SIPS) in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, is leading a multidisciplinary project to...