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Yen-Ho Chen

Graduate Student
Lab:
B310 Davison Life Sciences
Office:
B310 Davison Life Sciences
Research Interests:

I love to know more about the hormones crosstalk and defense strategies that tree uses; and hope to find out what makes tree a tree. Currently, I am investigating the Salicylic acid hormone signaling, and its responses to oxidative stressors in Populus.

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
Functional characterization of Nucleoredoxin1 in Salicylic acid-involved signaling pathway and redox responses of Populus.
Education:

2018 Admission to the IPS PhD Program in the Plant Biology Department at the University of Georgia.

2016 M.S. Plant Biology, Institute of Plant Biology, Life Science Department, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

2013 B.S. Life Science Department, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

Major Professor


C.J. Tsai

Professor and Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar

Committee Members


Magdy S. Alabady

Director of Georgia Genomics and Bioinformatics Core Facility

Kelly Dawe

UGA Athletic Association Professor

Daniel Johnson

Courtesy Faculty in Plant Biology

External Committee

Dr. Li Yang Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology at UGA

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