CS-16-0 - Overview of Area by Chair, Kathleen Greenham, PhD

Monday, July 16
3:15 PM - 3:18 PM

Kathleen Greenham, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher
Dartmouth College

Kathleen Greenham studies the consequences of internal timekeeping on plant fitness. She uses network approaches to combine temporal studies of abiotic stress response to identify diel markers of stress tolerance. As an NSF National Plant Genomes Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow, she applied co-expression network analysis to integrate temporal changes in transcriptomic and physiological responses to drought in the crop Brassica rapa. This study revealed early indicators of drought perception and the importance of time when assessing drought response. Dr. Greenham received her B.A. at Queen’s University in Canada and completed her PhD with Dr. Mark Estelle at UC San Diego. She is currently finishing her postdoctoral work at Dartmouth College and will be starting as Assistant Professor in January 2019 in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology at the University of Minnesota. She can be found early most mornings at the local CrossFit box or out on her bike.

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