Project Leader (Wheat-Durum-Pulses)
Prof Richard Trethowan
Professor at the University of Sydney (Plant Breeding Institute) since 2006 lead CAIGE project since its start. Prof Richard Trethowan has a B.Sc and a PhD from the University of Sydney, and is currently Director of the IA Watson Grain Research Centre within the Plant Breeding Institute. His researches are mainly focused in wheat breeding and genetics.
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Project Leader (Barley)
Dr. Mark Dieters
In 2003, Mark Dieters joined the University of Queensland after completing his PhD in Florida. He has been involved in research related to genetic improvement of crop and tree species. Dr. Mark Dieters is in charge of the barley side of CAIGE project.
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Sandra's expertise is database collection and management, more particularly in germplasm. She has a wide experience in designing and developing database for companies. Sandra has been involved with CAIGE for several years as Data Manager.
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Julie has worked holistically with the wheat production systems and is very interested in multiple root diseases resistance combined with good yield and adaption. She has extensive experience in international agriculture, having worked for The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre for 13 years based in both Mexico and then 10 years in the regional program of West Asia and North Africa based in Turkey. She has particularly interests in germplasm improvement, genetics, integrated pest management and soil health in rainfed wheat production systems. She has specific expertise in Crown Rot and Cereal Nematodes (Cereal Cyst and Root Lesion) on water limited wheat productions systems.
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Other important actors in CAIGE:
Dr Pip Wilson
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