Raed Ahmad Al Saharin, first author of “Using CRL3BPM E3 ligase substrate recognition sites as tools to impact plant development and stress tolerance in Arabidopsis thaliana”
Current Position: Assistant Professor (Tafila Technical University)
Education: PhD of Molecular Plant Sciences/ Washington State University
Non-scientific Interests: Swimming, Cooking
Brief bio: I was born in Tafila city/Jordanian 1981, and got my bachelor and master degree from Mutah University in 2006. In 2016 I got a scholarship from Tafila Technical University to get a PhD in Molecular Plant Sciences from Washington State University which I obtained in 2020. Right now, I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Biology at Tafila Technical University and am married and have four kids.