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New lab members
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/lab-news/New-lab-members
  A belated welcome to our new lab members: Jennie Hard is working on the algae project, and has already made a great impact. Appropriately for a member of an ionomics lab, in her spare time, Jennie plays in a (folk) Metal band. Greg Ziegler has joi ...
New lab members, A belated welcome to our new lab members: Jennie Hard is working on the algae project, and has already made a great impact. Appropriately for a member of an ionomics lab, in her spare time, Jennie plays in a (folk) Metal band. Greg Ziegler has joined the ionomics team as a jack of all trades. A recent St. Louis transplant, Greg is working with us while finishing up his Ph.D in Computational Biology from Purdue. , (Collection), (Collection)
Welcome to our Summer Interns
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/news-releases/news-item/Welcome-to-our-Summer-Interns
We have two great interns working with us this summer:   Bruce Green, a student at Culver College, is joining our lab as part of the NSF REU program at the Danforth Center.    Bruce will be working with Greg Ziegler on association mapping of ionomic ...
Welcome to our Summer Interns, We have two great interns working with us this summer: Bruce Green, a student at Culver College, is joining our lab as part of the NSF REU program at the Danforth Center. Bruce will be working with Greg Ziegler on association mapping of ionomic traits in Maize as part of the Plant Genome funded Maize ionomics project. Aadaisia Stevens is a student at Gateway Institute of Technology High School in St. Louis and is joining our lab as part
Postdoctoral position open in the Baxter lab
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/lab-news/Postdoctoral-position-open-in-the-Baxter-lab
We are looking for a postdoc to join the lab to work on the Maize NAM Ionomics project.  Here is the ad: Postdoctoral Associate Date Posted11/9/2011 DescriptionThe Baxter Lab at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is recruiting an enthusiastic ...
Postdoctoral position open in the Baxter lab, We are looking for a postdoc to join the lab to work on the Maize NAM Ionomics project. Here is the ad: Postdoctoral Associate Date Posted 11/9/2011 Description The Baxter Lab at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center is recruiting an enthusiastic postdoctoral associate to take a key role in an NSF funded project to combine ionomics (high-throughput elemental profiling) and genetics to identify genes and gene x environment
Danforth Center Names 2016 William H. Danforth Plant Science Fellow
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/news-releases/news-item/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. 
found a new interest in ionomics and computational analysis. To further pursue this interest, she, will be imperative to understanding mineral nutrient homeostasis and effectively applying ionomics, of mineral nutrients and trace elements in an organism, using ionomics, the quantitative study of the ionome. The Baxter Lab runs a high-throughput ionomics pipeline, in which single seeds are profiled, to implement ionomics in conjunction with other -omics methods, such as transcriptomics and metabolomics
2nd Plant Cell paper published
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/lab-news/2nd-Plant-Cell-paper-published
The second of two papers in Plant Cell in the last month has just been published.  the both describe genes that we cloned from the original Lahner et al. ionomics screen. This one is "Sphingolipids in the Root Play an Important Role in Regulating t ...
2nd Plant Cell paper published, The second of two papers in Plant Cell in the last month has just been published. the both describe genes that we cloned from the original Lahner et al. ionomics screen. This one is "Sphingolipids in the Root Play an Important Role in Regulating the Leaf Ionome in Arabidopsis thaliana". A great collaboration between our group and several groups working, the sphingolipid pathway results in what appears to be two different ionomics associated phenotypes
Lab News
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/lab-news
to work on the Maize NAM Ionomics project. Here is the ad: Postdoctoral Associate Date, . ionomics screen. This one is "Sphingolipids in the Root Play an Important Role in Regulating t, project, and has already made a great impact. Appropriately for a member of an ionomics lab, in her spare
Research Team
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/research-team
education levels from High School to Postdoc. In addition to Ionomics, our primary tools, -doctoral work in Plant Bioinformatics/Ionomics at Purdue University and earned his bachelor of art’s
Understanding Root Growth and Physiology
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/roots-shoots-blog/blog-item/understanding-root-growth-and-physiology
The genetic basis of root system architecture (RSA)
based phenotyping tools combined with ionomics. How do roots communicate and distinguish self
United States Golf Association Taps Danforth Center To Improve Course Sustainability
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/lab-news/united-states-golf-association-taps-danforth-center-to-improve-course-sustainability
Research will advance the development of salt-tolerant turf varieties.
, the research group will apply ionomics to measure the amount of salt in the plant. This new ionomics, of additional sequencing, greenhouse experiments, and ionomics work. About The Donald Danforth Plant
New Paper in PLosONE
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/ivan-baxter/lab-news/New-Paper-in-PLosONE
Anthony Becker was an undergraduate summer intern in the lab as part of the  Danforth Center NSF-REU program. He did a great job learning how to code in R and the basics of mapping genetics.  Tony worked to apply methods developed to map genes using ...
population of a Sulfur and Selenium ionomics mutant to both the Arabidopsis ATTILE1R and ATSNPTILE arrays