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38th Adolph E. Waller Memorial Lecture Series

Presented by the graduate students of the Department of Molecular Genetics

Featuring 2014 Waller Lecturer

Peggy Lemaux, Cooperative Extension Specialist
University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Lemaux is the former president of the American Society for Plant Biologists, recipient of the Society for In Vitro Biology's 2010 Lifetime Achievement Award, and is an AAAS Fellow.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Public Lecture: "Feast, Famine and the Future of Food"

Time: 4:00 pm

Location: Room 355, Jennings Hall

Friday, April 4, 2014

Technical Lecture: "From Basic to Applied Research: Modifying Expression of Thioredoxin in Cereals Led to Unexpected Improvements - So what are they?

Time: 4:10 pm

Location: Room 0001, Jennings Hall

For more information contact: Joey Marquardt,

38th Waller Lecture Program
38th Waller Lecture Poster

This annual event is made possible by the generous auspices of the Waller family through the Adolph E.Waller fund.