User:Brian P. Dilkes

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==Research==
==Research==
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Brian is currently investigating the molecular and genetic mechansims that isolate populations and species using members of the genus ''Arabidopsis''. For his postdoc, he has been looking at how genome organization can affect plant reproduction and survival. Long term interests include the roles of dosage-sensitivity in plant evolution, the contributions of maternal and paternal effects to seed development, and the molecular basis of hybrid vigor.
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The lab is split between investigating the molecular and genetic mechansims that isolate populations and species and modifying high throughput genomic technology to assess gene function in "orphan" organisms. During my postdoc, with [http://comailab.genomecenter.ucdavis.edu/index.php/Main_Page Luca Comai] at the [http://genomecenter.ucdavis.edu UC Davis Genome Center], I began looking at how genome organization can affect plant reproduction and survival. Long term interests include the roles of dosage-sensitivity in plant evolution, the contributions of maternal and paternal effects to seed development, and the molecular basis of hybrid vigor.
In the past, Brian has worked on the control of the cell cycle control during maize endosperm development with Brian Larkins at [http://www.arizona.edu/plantscience The University of Arizona]. That was great too.
In the past, Brian has worked on the control of the cell cycle control during maize endosperm development with Brian Larkins at [http://www.arizona.edu/plantscience The University of Arizona]. That was great too.
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Even deeper in the past he worked on genes that influence cell elongation and brassinosteroid biosynthesis with such luminaries as [[User:Burkhard Schulz | Burkhard Schulz]] (also found [http://www.hort.pudue.edu/hot/people/faculty/schulz.shtml here]), [http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/bennett-lab Malcolm Bennet], [http://plant.snu.ac.kr/ SungHwa Choe] and [http://www.ceres.net/AboutUs/AboutUs-CompOvw-Mgmt.html#5 Kenneth A. Feldmann] (now [http://www.ceres.net here]).
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Even deeper in the past he worked on genes that influence cell elongation and brassinosteroid biosynthesis with such luminaries as [[User:Burkhard Schulz | Burkhard Schulz]] (also found [http://www.hort.pudue.edu/hot/people/faculty/schulz.shtml here]), [http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/bennett-lab Malcolm Bennet], [http://plant.snu.ac.kr/ SungHwa Choe] and [http://www.ceres.net/AboutUs/AboutUs-CompOvw-Mgmt.html#5 Kenneth A. Feldmann] (now [http://www.arizona.edu here] again).
==Outside Interests==
==Outside Interests==

Revision as of 05:22, 14 November 2008

About Brian Dilkes

Brian is an Assitant Professor in the Horticulture Department at Purdue University.

There is a Brian Dilkes WikiCV on OpenWetWare.

There is a Dilkes project page leftover from his Davis days, still under construction.

For the best the web has to offer on the subject, check out the polyploidy portal!

He would like you to know about PLoS One a new way to get your research rapidly peer reviewed and disseminated. It is now one year old but still a hip, fresh and open access journal from the Public Library of Science!

Research

The lab is split between investigating the molecular and genetic mechansims that isolate populations and species and modifying high throughput genomic technology to assess gene function in "orphan" organisms. During my postdoc, with Luca Comai at the UC Davis Genome Center, I began looking at how genome organization can affect plant reproduction and survival. Long term interests include the roles of dosage-sensitivity in plant evolution, the contributions of maternal and paternal effects to seed development, and the molecular basis of hybrid vigor.

In the past, Brian has worked on the control of the cell cycle control during maize endosperm development with Brian Larkins at The University of Arizona. That was great too.

Even deeper in the past he worked on genes that influence cell elongation and brassinosteroid biosynthesis with such luminaries as Burkhard Schulz (also found here), Malcolm Bennet, SungHwa Choe and Kenneth A. Feldmann (now here again).

Outside Interests

When not in the lab or working on the computer, Brian spends the vast majority of his time eating or sleeping.

Well, that, and participating in Bonneville Speed Week as part of Goober Biofuels Racing. Details to follow, but a number of land speed records will be attempted.

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