Postdoctoral Research Associate, UCL
I am a postdoctoral researcher working on multiparental populations of wheat, rice, and chickpea. These populations are designed to identify genomic loci that underlying traits of agronomic importance. Primarily, my role is to develop sequence data collection and analysis strategies in these populations.
Human societies need food and that often means wheat, which was first cultivated more than 12,000 years ago. Today, around one in five calories consumed by humans is from wheat. Over this time, humans have moved wheat...