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wheatgenome

Leader Spotlight

This section highlights individuals who are leading projects or initiatives within IWGSC.
Rudi Appels

Rudi Appels

Rudi Appels is well known in the IWGSC as he has been at the heart and soul of the consortium since its inception in 2005. He was instrumental in the...
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Philippa Borrill

Philippa Borrill

Philippa has been a member of the IWGSC since 2012 and joined the Coordinating Committee in 2018. Philippa worked on wheat since the beginning of...
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Delfina Barabaschi

Delfina Barabaschi

Delfina Barabaschi has been involved with the IWGSC since 2008 when she worked on the physical mapping of chromosome 5A using a BAC-based approach,...
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Gabriel Keeble-Gagnère

Gabriel Keeble-Gagnère

Gabriel Keeble-Gagnère has been involved with the IWGSC since 2010. His first contributions were on the BAC-based assembly of chromosome 7A, as part...
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Hélène Rimbert

Hélène Rimbert

Hélène Rimbert joined the IWGSC in 2016, as part of the Annotation Team lead by Frédéric Choulet at GDEC. Throughout 2017, she worked with...
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Jaroslav Doležel

Jaroslav Doležel

Jaroslav Doležel has been involved in the efforts to sequence the wheat genome since before the birth of the IWGSC, as his team pioneered flow...
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Manuel Spannagl

Manuel Spannagl

PGSB (formerly MIPS) has been engaged in the development of plant genome bioinformatics for over 15 years and has generated annotation for many plant...
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Jane Rogers

Jane Rogers

Jane Rogers has been part of the IWGSC since its beginning. She was instrumental in helping the consortium develop its strategic roadmaps during the...
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Cristobal Uauy

Cristobal Uauy

Cristobal Uauy research is focused on using genetics and genomics to identify genes involved in wheat productivity traits – such as grain size and...
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Martin Mascher

Martin Mascher

Martin Mascher group studies domestication and adaptation processes and their interaction with genetic diversity in crops – mainly barley, wheat...
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