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Gulf Coast Research and Education Center

Gulf Coast Research and Education Center

My primary research interest is in applying genomic and breeding approaches to improve crops. Currently, I am utilizing bioinformatic approaches to assemble and analyze genomes and transcriptomes of blackberry and citrus in order to develop resources for breeding better cultivars and improve breeding efficiency.

Contact

Rm. 206
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center
14625 CR 672
Wimauma, FL 33598
813-419-6631
dev.paudel@ufl.edu

Dev Paudel CV

  • Education

    Education:

    2018 PhD Agronomy, University of Florida
    Dissertation:  Genomic and breeding resources to produce seeded and high biomass interspecific hybrids of narpiergrass and pearl millet

    2012 MS Crop Science, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
    Thesis:  Evaluating the potential of new testing methods for cotton breeding

    2009 BS Agriculture, Tibhuvan University, Nepal
    Conferred with Distinction