Entries by Suzanne Cholwek

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Feng Zhang

Feng Zhang, first author of Defective Vacuolar Proton Pump Enhances Aluminum Resistance in Arabidopsis Current Position:  Assistant Professor at Guizhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Education: PhD, State Key Laboratory for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, School of Life Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China Non-scientific Interests: Reading, friends, movies Brief bio: I joined the Plant Molecular Biology and Nutrient […]

Traveling to PB19

Did you know that the full schedule for the Plant Synthetic Biology meeting is up? https://t.co/aW9zTFTqE1 This conference overlaps with #PlantBio19 August 7-9. It’s not too late to extend your stay in San Jose if you’re interested! — mary williams (@PlantTeaching) July 23, 2019 It’s only 2 weeks tilthe first day of #PlantBio19 pic.twitter.com/1Q03S1D3TK — […]

PB19 Scavenger hunt!

This year marks the 30th anniversary of The Plant Cell journal! There are 15 posters with cover images hanging at the convention center. To participate in our scavenger hunt, visit each of the posters. There are two options to complete the scavenger hunt. You may enter both. After you visit each of the posters, complete […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Eva Reimer-Michalski

Eva Reimer-Michalski, co-first author of Isolation of Open Chromatin Identifies Regulators of Systemic Acquired Resistance Current Position: Project manager and scientific staff at the Projektträger Jülich (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany) Education: PhD in Plant Epigenetics, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with Prof. Dr. Paul Schulze Lefert at the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research and the […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Stephani Baum

Stephani Baum, co-first author of Isolation of Open Chromatin Identifies Regulators of Systemic Acquired Resistance Current Position: Project manager at Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany Education: PhD in Plant Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the group of Prof. Dr. Uwe Conrath at RWTH Aachen; Diploma in Plant Physiology and Biochemistry at RWTH Aachen Non-scientific Interests: spending time […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Xiaojing Yan

Xiaojing Yan, first author of METHIONINE SYNTHASE 1 Is Involved in Chromatin Silencing by Maintaining DNA and Histone Methylation Current Position: Research assistant Education: 2010.9-2016.6 China Agricultural University | Ph.D. of Science, Major: Phytology; 2005.9-2009.7 Shanxi University | Bachelor of Science, Major: Biological science Non-scientific Interests: reading, running, and travelling Brief bio: Ph.D. graduated from […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Jing Che

Jing Che, first author of A vacuolar phytosiderophore transporter alters accumulation of iron and zinc in polished rice grain Current Position: Postdoctoral fellow, Institute of Plant Science and Resources, Okayama University, Kurashiki, Japan Education: Ph.D. in Plant Nutrition, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing, China Non-scientific Interests: Climbing and basketball Brief bio: I am interested […]

Recognizing Plant Physiology first authors: Kevin Goslin

Kevin Goslin, first author of Differential N-end rule degradation of RIN4/NOI fragments generated by the AvrRpt2 effector protease Current Position: Postdoctoral researcher, Plant Developmental Genetics, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland Education: PhD in Maynooth University, MSc in Trinity College, BSc in Dublin City University, Ireland Non-scientific Interests: music and guitar, literature, travel Brief bio: During my […]

Recognizing Plant Direct first authors: Kaisa Kajala

Kaisa Kajala, first author of Real‐time whole‐plant dynamics of heavy metal transport in Arabidopsis halleri and Arabidopsis thaliana by gamma‐ray imaging Current Position: Assistant Professor, Plant Ecophysiology, Utrecht University Education: University of Cambridge (BA, MA, PhD), postdoctoral training at University of Western Australia and University of California Davis Non-scientific Interests: Knitting, board games, traveling Brief […]