Category Archives: Collaborators

People and organizations we collaborate with in the Molecular Cytogenetics group.

Dr Ijaz Rasool Noorka – Collaborator from University of Sargodha, Pakistan and Visiting Research Fellow

Dr Ijaz Rasool Noorka has broad interests in the development of productive and sustainable agriculture for Pakistan and developing countries. His interests complement those of the Molecular Cytogenetics Group, and have enabled us to extend our consideration of the outcomes … Continue reading

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Zubeda Chaudhry: Collaborator from Hazara University, Pakistan and Visiting Research Fellow

Dr Zubeda Chaudhry has been a Visiting Research Fellow in the Molecular Cytogenetics Lab, University of Leicester, for a year ending in April 2013. She has been working on the characterization of WRKY transcription factors in the banana (Musa) genome … Continue reading

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Opportunities in the molecular cytogenetics group

There are many opportunities to join the molecular cytogenetics research group for various periods, to develop new projects, complement or add data to existing projects, or gain training whether as post-doctoral and sabbatical visitors or as PhDs. In ‘management speak’ we are … Continue reading

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Mateus Mondin University of Sao Paulo Brazil: collaborator

We are collaborating with Professor Doctor Mateus Mondin from the University of São Paulo, ESALQ, Piracicaba, Brazil, on repetitive DNA evolution in Medicago DNA sequences, and its contribution to genome evolution and variation. The environmental, nutritional (animal, and plant through nitrogen fixation) … Continue reading

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Raquel Chaves UTAD Portugal

Professor Raquel Chaves from UTAD, Vila Real, Portugal, is interested in the evolution and function of repetitive DNA in animals, ranging from molluscs though cats and dogs to bovids (cows, sheep, goats and their relatives). We have collaborated over many … Continue reading

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