Entries by Linda Palmer

Recognizing Plant Physiology author Rameez Arshad

Rameez Arshad, first author of Revealing the architecture of the photosynthetic apparatus in the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana  Current Position: PhD candidate, University of Groningen, The Netherlands and Palacky university Olomouc, Czechia Education: M.Sc. in Molecular Biology and Genetics Non-scientific interests: Landscape and astrophotography, nature walks, hiking, playing cricket. Brief Bio: I completed my master’s degree […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology author Simon Strobbe

Simon Strobbe, first author of Metabolic engineering provides insight into the regulation of thiamin biosynthesis in plants Current Position: Postdoctoral researcher  at Laboratory of Functional Plant Biology, Department of Biology, Ghent University Education: PhD in Biology Ghent University; MSc. Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Ghent University Non-scientific Interests: Gardening, hiking, running, swimming, cooking (and eating) Brief bio: […]

Recognizing The Plant Cell author Nikolai Adamski

Nikolai Adamski, first author of Ectopic Expression of Triticum polonicum VRT-A2 Underlies Elongated Glumes and Grains in Hexaploid Wheat in a Dosage-Dependent Manner  Current Position:  Postdoctoral scientist, Department of Crop Genetics, John Innes Centre, UK Education: Diploma in Biology, University of Freiburg, Germany; PhD in Wheat Genetics at John Innes Centre, UK Non-scientific interests: Raising […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology author Aoyue Bi

Aoyue Bi, first author of Stress memory gene FaHSP17.8-CII controls thermotolerance via remodeling PSII and ROS signaling in tall fescue   Current Position: PH. D. student in University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology Education: 2010-2014 B.A. Aquiculture Specialty, Henan Normal University 2014-2017 M.S. Bioengineering, University of Chinese Academy of […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology author Jonas Blomme

Jonas Blomme, first author of A molecular toolkit for the green seaweed Ulva mutabilis Current Position: Postdoc in the Phycology Group (Olivier De Clerck; UGent) and Plant Genome Editing Group (Thomas Jacobs; VIB-UGent) Education: B. Sc and M. Sc. in Biology at UGent; PhD in the Systems Biology of Yield Group (Dirk Inzé; VIB-UGent)   Non-scientific Interests: […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology author Francesca Resentini

Francesca Resentini, first author of The signatures of organellar calcium Current Position: Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Biosciences, University of Milan (Italy) Education: PhD in Biological and Molecular Sciences, University of Milan (Italy) Non-scientific Interests: Hiking, Travelling and Climbing Brief bio: My PhD research project was finalized to dissect the molecular network controlling egg cell differentiation […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology author Ana Clara Fanton

Ana Clara Fanton, first author of Hydraulic consequences of enzymatic breakdown of grapevine pit membranes Current Position: Ph.D. Candidate of Yale School of the Environment Education: Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil Non-scientific Interests: yoga, soap making, and hiking with my dog Rubisco Brief bio: I am interested in […]

Recognizing Plant Direct first author Liza Esther Alexander

Dr. Liza Esther Alexander, first author of High spatial resolution imaging of the dynamics of cuticular lipid deposition during Arabidopsis flower development   Current Position: Associate Scientist I, Kemin Industries Inc, Des Moines, Iowa Education: Ph.D. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (Iowa State University), M.Sc in Biotechnology (Mahatma Gandhi University) Non-scientific Interests: Photography, Travelling, […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology author Catriona Walker

Catriona Walker, first author of Integrated dominance mechanisms regulate reproductive architecture in Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica napus Current Position: PhD student, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK Education: MRes Plant Science (University of Glasgow), BSc Biology (University of Stirling) Non-scientific interests: Going to the gym, aerial fitness, baking. Brief bio: I decided to return to academia […]