Meet the Team

Hi, we are a multi-disciplinary team transferring approaches in major crops to underutilized crops. We are passionate about water efficiency, advancements in diverse crops, training great scientists, and vibrant collaborations. 

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Geoff is project director of G2P Bridge. Geoff's lab is developing and deploying genome-to-phenome maps for crop adaptation to water scarcity.

Project Director

GEOFFREY MORRIS

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Charlie is a partner team member of G2P Bridge and Distinguished Fellow at Corteva Agriscience. Charlie is a researcher of crop physiology, and agricultural systems prediction and design.

Agricultural Systems Prediction

CHARLIE MESSINA

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Chad manages breeding and product development. Chad is a research geneticist at the Plant stress and germplasm development ARS unit.

Breeding

CHAD HAYES

Terry designs and implements genomics-assisted breeding strategies for G2P Bridge. Terry is a molecular breeder at KSU in the Morris lab.

Molecular Breeding

TERRY FELDERHOFF

Rubi analyzes the impact and value of new potential traits in crops for G2P Bridge. Rubi is a crop modeler at KSU in the Morris lab. 

CROP MODELING

RUBI RAYMUNDO

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Ignacio manages the G2P crop modeling, and industry collaboration. Ignacio is an advocate for connecting plant knowledge to crop management.

Cropping Systems

IGNACIO CIAMPITTI

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Laura is evaluation zone lead for sorghum in the High Plains of North America. Laura develops breeding strategies for the region with molecular approaches. 

Sorghum Breeding

LAURA MAYOR

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The California Sorghum Research Group will coordinate field scale managed stress trials. Jeff is reintroducing farmers to sorghum. 

Managed Stress

JEFF DAHLBERG

Sarah manages the G2P workforce development and impact efforts. Sarah is an advocate for agriculture. 
 

Impact 

SARAH BOWSER

 

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Mission: Translate the G2P breeding approach for water efficient yield to underutilized crops.