Our Visitors and Past Employees
After a few months at DArT P/L in 2004, he decided that he needed more. Alexander comes from PRI in Wageningen, Netherlands. Supported by the Dutch Genomics Program, he has spent the whole of 2005 with us.
Ali is a PhD student at Teheran University, Iran, working on wild relatives of wheat. He spent five very productive months with us and generated an enormous amount of data that will shed new light on the evolution and domestication of wheat. We all hope he'll be back in the future.
Andrew works for the South Australian Research and Development Institute. He visited us twice to establish DArT for fungal pathogens of barley (notblotch, scald). He's now working on his PhD thesis back home in Adelaide.
Visiting from CIRAD France, Ange worked for a three months developing arrays for bananas in the project part of the Generation Challenge Program. His help during DArT relocation is warmly remembered and his work is now continued by Sophie.
Anna visited us from Agricultular University of Warsaw to do DArT for pumpkin. She has done a couple of thousands of photos ;-)
Antoinette came from South Africa to do a lot of work on tomato.