About the Lab

The Ware lab has two primary goals:

(1) research into plant genomics, with a focus on functional and comparative genomics of model plant systems and agriculturally important crop plants; and

(2) development of tools, data sources and resources for the genomics research community.

The Ware lab also contributes actively to three large-scale, multi-institutional, cyber-infrastructure collaboratives designed to serve broad research and educational communities: the NSF-funded Gramene and CyVerse projects, and the DOE-funded Systems Biology Knowledgebase (KBase).The Ware lab is a dynamic research group and its composition has continued to evolve keeping in pace with its research objectives. During this period, two of our post-doctoral researchers Christophe Liseron-Monfils and Christos Noutsos completed their fellowships and advanced to newer career opportunities, while Michael Campbell joined our team as a new post-doctoral researcher.  On a similar note, Jurandir Vieira de Magalhaes successfully concluded his collaborative research with the lab as a visiting scientist from Embrapa Maize and Sorghum, Brazil while Dong Ding joined as a new visiting scientist from Huazhong Agricultural University, China.We also had Erin DeNardo from Washington University participating in Undergraduate Research Program(URP) in summer of 2016 .

Lab Blog

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  • Unplanned system outage (resolved) February 16, 2018
    Unplanned outage Feb 16 2018
  • System maintenance February 15, 2018
    System maintenance Feb 20 2018
  • 2018 DOE Genome Sciences Program Meeting February 13, 2018
    KBase scientists and staff will host two sessions and 14 posters at the invitation-only 2018 DOE Genomic Science Program Annual Principal Investigator (PI) Meeting on February 25-28. On Monday, February 26, from 1-5 pm, there will be a KBase User Science Presentations session to highlight how DOE researchers are using KBase to advance their research. […]
 
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