Our paper on identifying polygenic traits that have been under selection is available early online at Genetics.
Lab undergrad Husain Agha receives a Magnet Award which includes full funding to attend the 2018 Maize Genetics Conference, where he’ll present on our Epistasis Mapping Populations to identify epistasis. Have fun in France, Husain!
Our latest preprint on subset-based genomic prediction is posted on bioRxiv
Our latest preprint on identifying polygenic traits that have been under selection is posted to bioRxiv
Paul Petrowski begins a PhD rotation in the lab
Sarah Turner, an NSF-funded postdoc, becomes the newest member to join the lab
Shukai Chang joins the lab as a PhD student in MUII
We have finished planting to kick off another exciting field season
Abiskar Giwali joins the lab as a PhD student in Biology
Our latest paper, Medical subject heading (MeSH) annotations illuminate maize genetics and evolution, has been published in the journal Plant Methods.
November 15, 2016
Today our 2-row cone planter was delivered from Almaco. This will be very useful for planting nurseries and trials in the future!
June 13, 2016
Our latest paper is available at Nature Plants.
June 6, 2016
We have finished planting our 2016 maize crossing nurseries and selection fields.
June 3, 2016
Our paper on using Medical Subject Headings to infer biological meaning is online at G3.
April 4 and 6, 2016
Seminars at KWS, Einbeck Germany and Georgia Augusta University, Goettingen Germany.
November 20, 2015
Division of Plant Sciences Seminar: The implications of ancient selection and demography for future improvement of maize.
September 15, 2015
Tim arrives in Columbia, Missouri.
September 9, 2015
Our latest paper, a collaboration with Henner Simianer’s group in Goettingen, Germany, was released at Heredity.