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SPS - Saclay Plant Sciences

Enhancing Food security through rice genetic improvement - Pamela Ronald

October 11, 2021 - 10 AM - Institute of Plant Sciences Paris-Saclay (IPS2)

Pamela Ronald
Pamela Ronald (UC Davis, California, USA)

The rapid advance of genetic technologies has provided new tools to generate crops that are resilient to climate change, resistant to disease and vitamin fortified. Professor Pamela Ronald will discuss the development of climate-resilient rice varieties, the genetic basis for rice-microbe interactions and CRISPR-mediated strategies to enhance the nutritional content of rice.

 

A few words about Pamela:

https://cropgeneticsinnovation.ucdavis.edu/about-ronald

Pamela Ronald,
Distinguished Professor, Dept of Plant Pathology and the Genome Center, UC Davis
Director, Institute for Food and Agricultural Literacy, UC Davis
Key Scientist, Joint Bioenergy Institute
Faculty Affiliate, Center on Food Security and the Environment, Stanford University
 
Widely recognized for her work in plant genetics, Pam Ronald studies resistance to disease and tolerance of environmental stress. Her many accolades include the 2008 USDA National Research Initiative Discovery Award, the 2012 Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair and the 2012 Tech Award for the innovative use of technology to benefit humanity. In 2015 Scientific American named her one of the 100 most influential people in biotechnology. Ronald’s book, Tomorrow’s Table: Organic farming, Genetics and the Future of Food was selected as one of a 25 most influential books with the power to inspire college readers to change the world. Her 2015 TED talk has been viewed by more than 1.8 million people and translated into 26 languages.  In 2019, she was awarded the American Society of Plant Biologists Leadership Award, an honorary doctorate from the Swedish Agricultural University and was elected to the National Academy of Sciences.