Andrea Eveland, Ph.D.

Andrea’s work focuses on inflorescence architecture traits in cereal crops, the gene networks controlling cell fate decisions during inflorescence development, and how regulatory changes contribute to various morphologies within a species and across the grasses.  Her research integrates computational and experimental approaches to develop predictive models for adaptation to changing environments and to define targets for enhancing yield potential.

Andrea L. Eveland

Research Team

Rajiv Parvathaneni, Postdoctoral Associate

Md Shamimuzzaman, Postdoctoral Associate

Jiani Yang, Postdoctoral Associate

Max Braud, Sr. Laboratory Technician