12 search results for USDA-ARS lab
- USDA Scientists at the Danforth Center
- United States Department of Agriculture, USDA is committed to providing safe and nutritious food, conservation, sustainable food production and revitalizing rural America, which is why it only makes sense to have a lab and eight scientists and tech ...
- to locate a USDA lab and recruit USDA-ARS scientist, Dr. Eliot Herman to the Danforth Center. Dr. Herman later moved from ARS to the Danforth Center. The combining of USDA with a nonprofit is unique, to successful research.” Dr. Baxter’s lab, and the lab of Dr. Douglas Allen, are part of the USDA-ARS, organizations stems from a common goal to improve plants. The USDA-ARS’s existence at the Danforth Center, Center makes this partnership unparalleled,” said Ivan Baxter, a USDA-ARS Principal Investigator
- Ask A Plant Scientist: Ivan Baxter, Ph.D.
- Ivan Baxter, Ph.D., USDA-ARS Research Scientist joined the Danforth Center in 2009 as an Assistant Member and Principal Investigator. Ivan’s research uses high-throughput elemental profiling to measure the elemental composition of plant tissues.The data is used to understand how the interactions of elements, genes, and the environment determine the elemental composition of plants and allow plants to adapt to different environments.
- Ask A Plant Scientist: Ivan Baxter, Ph.D. , Ivan Baxter, Ph.D., USDA-ARS Research Scientist joined, the USDA-ARS and the Danforth Center tie in with your research? A: The mission of the Agricultural, individual lab’s and staff members, my lab consists of one full-time USDA technician, two postdocs, one full, . There are three members of our USDA-ARS unit working here, the rest are located at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Q: What are some of the benefits of being a USDA-ARS research scientist located
- Meet 15th Annual Fall Symposium’s Speakers
- The last decade has seen an explosion of digital profiling techniques on the molecular scale. The next decade will see a similar explosion in digital profiling of phenotypic outputs driven by advances in imaging and robotics. The Danforth Center’s 15th Annual Fall Symposium will highlight cutting-edge science that has led to real biological understanding in a wide range of organisms.
- remarks by the following: Dr. Ivan Baxter, USDA-ARS Research Scientist, Assistant Member and Principal Investigator, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, St. Louis, Missouri Dr. Baxter is a USDA-ARS, Institute for Renewable Fuels. Dr. Mockler’s lab applies cutting edge technology and pioneers new
- National Science Foundation supports research aimed at reducing the use of fertilizer
- Project includes student mentoring program
ST. LOUIS, MO, January 25, 2012 – The National Science Foundation awarded $1.3 million to support research to reduce the amount of fertilizer used required to grow maize led by Ivan Baxter, USDA Research Sci ...
- in more environments while using less fertilizer, thereby preserving the environment.
“The USDA-ARS lab, National Science Foundation supports research aimed at reducing the use of fertilizer, Project includes student mentoring program ST. LOUIS, MO, January 25, 2012 – The National Science Foundation awarded $1.3 million to support research to reduce the amount of fertilizer used required to grow maize led by Ivan Baxter, USDA Research Scientist, Assistant Member, Donald Danforth Plant Science
- National Science Foundation supports research aimed at reducing the use of fertilizer - Jan 25, 2012
- Project includes student mentoring program
ST. LOUIS, MO, January 25, 2012 – The National Science Foundation awarded $1.3 million to support research to reduce the amount of fertilizer used required to grow maize led by Drs. Paul Anderson, executive ...
- the environment.
“The USDA-ARS lab at the Danforth Center can rapidly analyze large genetic populations, at the Danforth Plant Science Center, and Ivan Baxter, USDA research scientist, assistant member, Danforth
- years of work as a Research Geneticist with the USDA-ARS at U.S. ALARC in Maricopa, AZ. His research, CAREER award in 2006. analysis. Dr. Jesse Poland, Research Geneticist, USDA-ARS,
Dr. Poland is a Research Geneticist with USDA-ARS and holds an adjunct appointment, Molecular Biologist, USDA, ARS, PWA, WRRC-GGD, Albany, California
Dr. Vogel has led a group at the USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center for the past ten years. His research
- Danforth Center Names 2016 William H. Danforth Plant Science Fellow
- Alexandra Asaro, a graduate student at Washington University in St. Louis has been named the 2016 William H. Danforth Plant Science Fellow.
- of Ivan Baxter, Ph.D., USDA-ARS research scientist and an associate member at the Danforth Center, she, transferred to the Computational and Systems Biology program and joined Baxter’s lab to do her, of the ionome. The Baxter Lab runs a high-throughput ionomics pipeline, in which single seeds are profiled
- and Microbial Biology, UC Berkeley / USDA ARS, Albany, CA Dr. Coleman-Derr’s lab investigates, , Research Geneticist, USDA-ARS Dr. Buckler is a Research Geneticist with the USDA-ARS and an Adjunct, , CA The Allen lab is engaged in research at the intersection of biological and microbial oceanography and functional genomics. We are a joint lab group between the Integrative Oceanography Division, research goal of the Casteel lab is to identify the functions of microbes in plant-insect interactions
- , Ph.D., USDA ARS Global Change and Photosynthesis Research Unit, Associate Professor of Plant Biology, the ozone response in maize and soybean.
Ivan Baxter, Ph.D., USDA-ARS Research, , Postdoctoral Associate, Dr. Todd Mockler’s Lab, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, Saint Louis, her B.A. in Biology from Harvard University and her PhD in Biology from Stanford. Dr. Holbrook’s lab, in response to different environmental conditions. The Pandey lab is taking complementary approaches using
- production" Ed Buckler, Ph.D., USDA-ARS
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