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Department of Plant Sciences

 

Research Group

 

Biography

I’m originally from a corn and soybean farm in Minnesota, USA. I received my BS from North Dakota State University where I studied cereal grain RNA viruses. I then moved to the University of Minnesota for my PhD with Dan Voytas’ group. During my PhD my research mainly focused on developing RNA viral vectors as delivery constructs for tissue-culture free gene editing as well as several other projects relating to plant synthetic biology and vector platform development.
 
 

Research Overview

I received my PhD in early 2022 and joined Giles Oldroyd’s group at the Crop Science Centre. I will be working to bring high-throughput gene editing technologies to the center and using those technologies to engineer better nutrient acquisition.

 

Publications

 
 
Research Associate
Evan Ellison

Contact Details

Email address: 
Crop Science Centre,
Lawrence Weaver Road,
Cambridge,
CB3 0LE
01223 342200